Lion’s offensive lineman Riley Reiff is one of ten first round draft picks around the league who have not yet reached contract agreements with their teams and Detroit’s rookies are due to report to training camp in Allen Park on Monday. There are no indications on how the bargaining is going between the Lions and Reiff, who was the 23rd overall selection. It appears Reiff could be waiting to see what kind of deal gets done between the Vikings and Matt Kalil, the first lineman taken in the draft and the number-4 overall pick. Meanwhile, the Indianapolis Colts signed number-one overall draft pick Andrew Luck on Thursday. Luck's deal comes one day after the Washington Redskins signed Robert Griffin the Third, the number-2 overall selection, to a four-year, $21.1 million contract. Luck, the former Stanford quarterback and two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up, has put his signature on a fully guaranteed four-year deal, believed to be worth around $22 million.
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