IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys have just two draft picks left to sign after locking up third-round pick
The club will shift its focus to signing first-round pick
Wilcox, the 80th overall pick, is expected to compete for the starting safety position along with
Details of the contract were not revealed, but sources say the deal is very similar to the contract Cardinals cornerback Jamell Fleming signed last year as the 80th pick. Fleming got a four-year, $2.73 million with $586,000 guaranteed.
Wilcox becomes the second third-round pick to sign this week, joining wide receiver
The Cowboys have relatively worked backwards in signing these picks, starting with sixth-round pick
This pattern suggests Escobar will likely be next, followed by a deal for Frederick, who will receive a five-year contract because of his first-round status.