The Dallas Cowboys announced they agreed to terms with first-round pick Dez Bryant on Thursday.
The deal is for five years and $11.8 million, with $8.5 million guaranteed, a source said. Bryant's agent, Eugene Parker, said some of the language of the contract is still being worked out.
Bryant, the 24th pick of the draft, is expected to report on time for Cowboys training camp on Saturday in San Antonio.
Bryant, who was unavailable for comment, becomes the first first-round pick to agree to a contract, coming to terms before St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, the No. 1 overall pick.