IRVING, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys have a four-year deal with receiver Terrance Williams, their third-round draft pick from Baylor.
With a contract in place for Williams, the Cowboys still have unsigned their top two picks and another third-rounder.
The exact terms of Williams' deal weren't available Wednesday, but the 74th overall pick will get a signing bonus of more than $600,000.
Williams is expected to be the Cowboys' No. 3 receiver behind Miles Austin and Dez Bryant.
Last season, he had 97 catches for 1,832 yards, a Big 12-leading 141 yards a game, and 12 touchdowns.
Unsigned are Wisconsin center Travis Frederick, the No. 31 overall pick; second-round pick Gavin Escobar, a tight end from San Diego State; and Georgia Southern safety J.J. Wilcox, chosen six picks after Williams.
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