The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Saturday that they have come to agreement with their 2nd overall pick the 2013 draft, offensive tackle Luke Joeckel.
Joeckel, out of Texas A&M, was a prized pick in this year's draft, and the Jags are set to drop him tight into a starting spot this season. He'll reportedly start at right tackle, but eventually move his way to left.
Joeckel is the highest-drafted player to sign his contract. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that it's a fully-guaranteed four-year, $21.2 million deal with $13.8 million signing bonus, the largest so far for a rookie this season. It also contains no offset language.
The Miami Dolphins are expected to insist on offset language for their no. 3 pick Dion Jordan, but it seems Joeckel's deal could have an impact on negotiations.