The Dallas Cowboys and Pro Bowl safety Ken Hamlin have agreed to a six-year, $39 million contract, ESPN's Ed Werder reports.
Hamlin, the Cowboys' franchise player, received $15 million in guaranteed money and a $9 million signing bonus.
Here is how the contract stands up to the other safety contracts given out this year.
Kerry Rhodes, NY Jets - five years, $33.5 million.
Gibril Wilson, Oakland - six years, $39 million, $16 million guaranteed.
Madieu Williams, Minnesota - six year, $33.75 million.
This is great. Somehow, Jerry and Stephen Jones have signed every player they needed to this offseason. Is Chris Canty next?