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Just a day after inking ninth overall pick Luke Kuechly to a four-year deal, $12.58 million deal, the Carolina Panthers locked down their remaining six players in their 2012 draft class Friday morning. Under the collective bargaining agreement, all draft choices receive four-year deals.
Second-round selection, offensive lineman Amini Silatolu, was signed to a four-year contract worth $4.93 million, with nearly $3.1 million in guaranteed money.
Defensive end Frank Alexander (fourth round), wide receiver/kick returner Joe Adams (fourth round), cornerback Josh Norman (fifth round), punter Brad Nortman (sixth round), safety D.J. Campbell (seventh round) were also signed, but the details of their contracts have not been released.