The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a deal with first-round pick Treylon Burks for a reported four years and worth $14.4 million. Rookie deals are slotted, which most of the time makes agreeing to terms and signing the contract a mere formality.
Burks, a wide receiver from Arkanas, was selected by the Titans with the 18th pick in the draft, one they acquired as part of the trade of A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Burks caught 66 passes for 1,104 yards and 11 receiving touchdowns for the Razorbacks in 2021. He also rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown last season.
ESPN reported that Burks’ contract was fully guaranteed and worth $14,369,590 and contains a fifth-year option.
The Titans held their rookie mini-camp this past weekend, and Burks did not finish Friday’s first practice due to apparent heat-related issues. He returned and was a full participant in Saturday’s work.
The first-round pick is the fifth of Tennessee’s nine draft picks to agree to terms on his rookie deal.