Titans OT Taylor Lewan is last drafted player to sign contract

By Josh Katzowitz | NFL Writer

Taylor Lewan is competing for the right tackle job. (USATSI)
Taylor Lewan is competing for the right tackle job. (USATSI)

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Just as training camp across the NFL kick off this week, the final draft pick to sign finally has inked his name to a contract.

That would be Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, drafted No. 11 overall, and his contract should be for a fully guaranteed four-year, $11.485 million deal that will include a signing bonus of $6.672 million. The Titans, of course, hold a fifth-year option.

The initial selection on draft night did not inspire great confidence from CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco.

Now that he's signed, Lewan can begin the process of trying to either win the right tackle job from Michael Oher or become a swing tackle that could back up the left and right sides of the line.

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