The New York Jets don't have to worry about any contract headaches when they report to training camp in eight days.
They have agreed to terms with first-round pick Jamal Adams, the rookie's agency announced Thursday night on Twitter. Per the rookie wage scale, he will make a fully guaranteed $22.3 million on a four-year contract. The team has an option for a fifth year.
Further details weren't immediately available, but it would be a $14.3 million signing bonus if the contract includes the standard structure.
The former LSU safety, drafted sixth overall, is expected to be an immediate starter for the Jets. This means their entire draft class is under contract and it leaves only five unsigned first-rounders across the league.