The Cowboys signed rookie safety J.J. Wilcox to a four-year contract Wednesday, leaving just just two draft picks unsigned.
Wilcox got roughly $2.73 million, including guaranteed money in the ball park of $586,000, per a source.
The third round pick, who is expected to compete for a starting spot at safety as a rookie, got a deal one day after fellow third-round pick Terrance Williams did the same. They join cornerback B.W. Webb, linebacker DeVonte Holloman and running back Joseph Randle as draft picks under contract.
Still unsigned are first-round pick Travis Frederick and second-round pick Gavin Escobar. Both should be in the fold well before the start of training camp July 19.