Second-round linebacker Sean Lee has agreed to the terms of a four-year deal with the Cowboys, who will have all seven members of their rookie class signed and on the field for the first practice of training camp, 2:15 p.m. (CT) on Saturday.
Lee, the 55th overall pick, will receive $1.7 million guaranteed. The Cowboys traded up four spots in April's second round, sending the 59th overall pick and one of their two fourth-round picks (No. 125) to Philadelphia for the chance to select the former Penn State standout.
Lee, who will compete with second-year linebacker Jasos Williams for subpackage playing time, agreed to his deal less than a day after the Cowboys came to terms with first-round wide receiver Dez Bryant, the highest 2010 draft pick to have signed in the NFL thus far.
It's possible all seven Cowboys draft picks will be on hand for an introduction at the Kickoff Spectacular, presented by Miller Lite at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Friday night.
Some of the players must officially sign their contracts and finalize paperwork, but the negotiation period for the Cowboys appears to have come to a successful end.