Ungers Signs Four-Year Contract

Second-round pick Max Unger agreed to terms with the Seahawks today, signing a contract that will guarantee the former Oregon center $1.95 million, and totaling over $3 million for the next four years.

The deal comes at an ideal time, as Unger will be able to report with the rest of the rookies tomorrow. This leaves only Aaron Curry left to sign, which is not a concern at this point because most first-round picks have yet to sign a deal.

Now let’s see Unger get in there and compete for a starting role. Inspiring news for an already-impressive draft class!

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