OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -Sornerback Orlando Scandrick signed a four-year contract with Dallas on Wednesday, becoming the first of the Cowboys' draft picks to sign a contract.
Scandrick, a fifth-round pick from Boise State, got a four-year deal worth about $1.85 million with a signing bonus of about $185,000.
Five draft picks had yet to sign, including first rounders, running back Felix Jones from Arkansas and cornerback Mike Jenkins from South Florida.
But there was no real concern from the Cowboys, who routinely don't sign their draft picks until around the start of training camp. The Cowboys have their first practice Friday.

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