Rookie QB Daniel Jones has signed a four-year, $25.6 million contract with the Giants, as confirmed by SNY's Ralph Vacchiano. The deal is fully-guaranteed, along with a $16.7 million signing bonus.
Jones, who was drafted with the sixth overall pick in the first round, was the last remaining Giants draft pick who was unsigned, and he is expected to join the team rookies report early for training camp on Tuesday.
The Giants are hoping Jones will be the quarterback who will eventually replace Eli Manning, who is set to begin his 16th season under center for Big Blue.
The No. 6 overall pick was not alone among the top players drafted to still be without a contract. Three of the this year's top five picks, including the Jets' Quinnen Williams, are still currently unsigned.
Because of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, the structure of Jones' contract was already agreed upon, but other details may have been holding up the process.
The Giants will hold their first full team practice of camp on Thursday, with the first game of the preseason scheduled for Aug. 8 against the Jets.