GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Remember the days when first-round draft picks would sometimes miss the start of training camp because of contract disputes?
There's no such angst anymore.
The Packers signed first-round pick Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on Friday, less than a month after they drafted him 21st overall and nearly two months before training camp opens.
Clinton-Dix's four-year contract is expected to be worth $8,338,496 (including a $4,384,364 signing bonus).
Here's a look at the contract status for the Packers' entire draft class:
First round: S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, signed Friday.
Second round: WR Davante Adams, unsigned.
Third round: DT Khyri Thornton, signed a four-year, $2,833,252 contract (including a $563,252 signing bonus) May 19; TE Richard Rodgers, unsigned.
Fourth round: OLB Carl Bradford signed a four-year, $2,649,300 contract ($429,300 signing bonus) on May 16.
Sixth round: CB Demetri Goodson, signed a four-year, $2,323,152 ($103,152 signing bonus) May 16.
Seventh round: WR Jeff Janis, signed a four-year, $2,271,392 contract ($51,392 signing bonus) May 14.