Sterling Shepard and Devante Bond signed rookie contracts with their respective teams.
Shepard, drafted at the 40th overall selection, signed a four-year deal worth approximately $5.95 million with the New York Giants, including a $2.5 million signing bonus.
Bond, who went to Tampa Bay at the 183rd selection, inked a four-year contract worth nearly $2.5 million.
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The two other former Sooners part of the 2016 NFL Draft class, Zack Sanchez (Carolina) and Charles Tapper (Cowboys), remain unsigned.
Contract numbers were provided by spotrac.com.
Correction: The article earlier inadvertently referred to Devante Bond as Devante Boyd.
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