Dolphins agree to four-year rookie deal with T Ja'Wuan James
The Dolphins and No. 19 overall pick, tackle Ja'Wuan James, have agreed on his four-year rookie contract
The Dolphins and No. 19 overall pick, tackle Ja'Wuan James, have agreed on his four-year rookie contract (with a team option for a fifth year), the team announced Thursday.
And James seems pretty happy about it.
James will make about $8.4 million during the next four years, which includes a $4.4 million signing bonus.
For now, James is penciled in as the starting right tackle with Branden Albert holding down the left tackle spot.
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