The Minnesota Vikings on Saturday signed two more draft picks, leaving only their first-round selection, Mike Hughes, unsigned.
Defensive tackle Jalyn Holmes, a fourth-round pick out of Ohio State, received a four-year deal worth $3.191 million, which included a $731,000 signing bonus.
Tight end Tyler Conklin, a fifth-round pick from Central Michigan, got a four-year contract worth $2.741 million.
Hughes, picked with the 30th selection from Central Florida, remains unsigned. He is taking part in a rookie minicamp, which started Friday and finishes up Sunday, under an injury protection agreement.
Asked why he hasn’t signed yet, Hughes told reporters, “Just letting my agent do what he does.”