NEW YORK (Reuters) - Offensive tackle Russell Okung, the sixth player selected in the 2010 NFL Draft, has agreed to a six-year $46.5 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks, NFL.com said on Friday.
The deal included a guaranteed $30 million but could net Okung up to $58 million with performance-based bonuses.
Okung was the last first-round pick to sign. Running back C.J. Spiller agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills earlier in the day.
"It feels great, I always say this is the best job in the world," said Okung. "I'm back out here and enjoy it. First day out with the guys, just getting into the routine of things."
Okung missed six days of practice before joining his new team mates on the field for the first time on Friday.
(Reporting by Mike Mouat in Windsor, Ontario; Editing by Ian Ransom)