By Associated Press
July 25, 2003
Brayton, Raiders agree
The Oakland Raiders signed all of their draft picks, including first-round selections Nnamdi Asomugha and Tyler Brayton.
Asomugha, a cornerback from California, got a six-year contract. Brayton, a defensive lineman from Colorado, also got a six-year deal. Financial terms weren't available.
Cowboys sign Newman
Cornerback Terence Newman, the Dallas Cowboys' first draft pick under Bill Parcells, signed a seven-year contract Thursday.
Newman, who could be the starter at left cornerback, was the fifth overall pick out of Kansas State last April. Newman will receive a $13 million signing bonus.
Dolphins sign five
The Miami Dolphins signed four draft choices, including second-round pick Eddie Moore, the team's top choice this year. Moore, a linebacker from Tennessee who was the 49th overall selection, signed a five-year deal. The Dolphins also re-signed defensive end Adewale Ogunleye to a one-year deal worth $375,000. Safety Yeremiah Bell, offensive tackle Tim Provost and defensive tackle Davern Williams also were signed to three-year contracts.
49ers sign five
The San Francisco 49ers signed five draft choices and moved close to an agreement with first-round pick Kwame Harris. The 49ers signed defensive tackle Anthony Adams, a second-round pick from Penn State, to a five-year deal. Defensive end Andrew Williams, their third-round pick from Miami, got a three-year contract. Former Illinois receiver Brandon Lloyd signed a three-year contract and Aaron Walker, a former Florida tight end, got a three-year deal. Arnaz Battle, the former Notre Dame quarterback-turned-receiver, signed a three-year deal.
Rams sign top pick
The St. Louis Rams signed linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa, their second-round pick, to a four-year contract.
Seattle signs top pick
Seattle Seahawks first-round draft pick Marcus Trufant signed his contract, then rushed off to join his fellow rookies at training camp. Trufant, a cornerback from Washington State was taken with the 11th overall selection in April's draft.
Eagles sign two
Second-round draft pick L.J. Smith and third-round selection Billy McMullen signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, one day before rookies were due to report for training camp. Only defensive end Jerome McDougle remains unsigned.
Jags sign Mathis
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed their second-round draft pick, defensive back Rashean Mathis, but remain without a deal for top pick Byron Leftwich.
Titans sign Woolfolk
The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a five-year contract with first-round draft pick Andre Woolfolk. The 6-foot-2, 197-pound Woolfolk was a receiver before being converted to cornerback as a senior at Oklahoma.