FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) -First-round draft pick Levi Brown agreed to terms Thursday with the Arizona Cardinals, his agent said.
Contract details weren't immediately but it's believed to be a six-year, $62 million deal with more $18 million guaranteed. Brown's agent, Joel Segal, said his client was en route to Phoenix on Thursday night from his home in Virginia.
Brown was scheduled to take a physical Friday before signing his contract and then join the Cardinals at training camp on the Northern Arizona University campus.
The offensive tackle out of Penn State was the No. 5 overall draft pick and has missed the Cardinals' first five days of practices.
``Levi is looking forward to joining the Cardinals coaches and players at practice (Friday),'' Segal said. ``The Cardinals stepped up and made this deal happen.''

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