The Arizona Cardinals have reached a contract agreement with first-round draft pick Jonathan Cooper.
The four-year deal is worth about $14.5 million, the maximum allowed under the NFL collective bargaining agreement for Cooper as the seventh pick overall.
The 6-foot-2, 311-pound guard from North Carolina missed the first two days of training camp, when the team worked out in shorts. He was en route to Arizona and also missed Sunday's practice, the team's first in pads. He was expected to practice Monday.
The holdup in the deal was over offset language and signing-bonus payouts, a source told Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo. The Cardinals got offset language and Cooper got all of his bonus by Oct. 15, rather than next year, as some drafted in front of him received.
Cooper had worked out at left guard with the starting unit through the offseason.
The agreement leaves two first-round picks unsigned -- cornerback Dee Milliner of the New York Jets (ninth pick overall) and guard Chance War...