The Eagles locked up four draft picks, including second-round defensive end Vinny Curry and linebacker Mychal Kendricks, with four-year deals. Fifth-rounder Dennis Kelly, a defensive tackle, and sixth-rounder Marvin McNutt, a wide receiver from Iowa, also signed. The Eagles have high hopes for their two second-round picks. Kendricks was the 46th overall pick and agreed to his deal late Tuesday. Curry, a pass-rushing dynamo from Marshall, was drafted 59th overall. A strict rookie wage scale has eliminated most wiggle room in negotiations. General manager Howie Roseman expects to have most of the class signed before minicamp begins Saturday, he said. First-round pick Fletcher Cox remains unsigned but could have a deal by next week to become the first Eagles' top pick to be in training camp without missing time since 2008.