The Houston Texans reached a contract agreement on a four-year deal Monday with receiver DeAndre Hopkins from Clemson.
His contract is worth $7.62 million, with the first three years guaranteed.
Hopkins gets a signing bonus of $3.92 million.
After getting Hopkins taking care of, the Texans reached 4-year deals with second-round pick D.J. Swearinger, the safety from South Carolina, and offensive tackle Brennan Williams, the Texans' first-pick in the third round from North Carolina.
Hopkins is expected to join Andre Johnson as the Texans' starting receivers.
Swearinger impressed the coaches during the off season, and is expected to get in a lot of work during training camp while Ed Reed recovers from offseason surgery.
Williams is also recovering from offseason surgery.
He underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after suffering the injury during the second day of rookie minicamp.
Williams was expected to push Derek Newton at right tackle who underwent patellar tendon surgery.
Newton has said since he is ready for training camp.
Swearinger's 4-year contract is worth $3.49 million, with $1.315 million guaranteed.
Williams get a 4-year deal worth $2.735 million which includes a signing bonus of $542,900.
Rookies begin their conditioning program and on Monday.
Texans veterans report on Thursday, with workouts beginning on Friday at the Methodist Training Center at Reliant Park.