The New York Jets reached terms late Saturday night with their first-round pick, cornerback Kyle Wilson. ESPNNewYork.com's Rich Cimini and ESPN's Adam Schefter both had the story, citing unnamed league sources.
Schefter reported the contract is for five years and $13 million with $7 million in guarantees. The agreement means Wilson will be on the field when the Jets begin training camp Monday at SUNY Cortland. He was the 29th player taken in April's draft and should be the Jets' nickel back and might also return punts.
Spiller, the ninth selection, is the only AFC East rookie to miss training camp time. The Bills opened camp Thursday and will hold their fifth workout Sunday.
Schefter on Saturday predicted Spiller would be the league's last rookie to sign.