The Green Bay Packers reached an agreement with second-round pick Quinten Rollins on Monday.
The cornerback got a four-year deal. According to the Packers’ rookie salary pool, Rollins will make $680,466 this year. The entire contract is reportedly worth $3,742,566 with a $981,864 signing bonus.
Rollins’ signing leaves only first-round pick Damarious Randall and third-round pick Ty Montgomery unsigned.
Rollins, a Miami (OH) product, played only one year of college football. He was the MAC defensive player of the year in that one season, in which he totaled 72 tackles and seven interceptions. However, one season of college ball doesn’t make you NFL-ready.
Rollins is expected to take some time to grow and adapt to the NFL game. We do not expect him to be a huge contributor for the Packers on defense this season.
He does have the type of athleticism to make him a very intriguing prospect though.