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Tavon Wilson Signs With New England Patriots

The New England Patriots have agreed to terms with second-round draft pick Tavon Wilson, reports Aaron Wilson of Scout.com.

Per Wilson, the deals of the term follow:

New England Patriots have agreed to a terms with rookie second-round safety Tavon Wilson on a four-year, $4.217 million contract that includes a $1.507 million signing bonus, according to a league source.

The first two years of the deal, $390,000 and $581,722, are fully guaranteed and the last two years, $773,444 and $965,166, aren't fully guaranteed.

Wilson was expected to go undrafted by most analysts, but the Patriots surprised the NFL world by selecting him in round two. The 22-year old safety/cornerback out of Illinois was an All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention in 2011 after notching 74 tackles, seven pass deflections, one sack and one interception.

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