The Eagles locked up three more of their draft picks, signing defensive end Vinny Curry, tackle Dennis Kelly and wide receiver Marvin McNutt to four-year contracts on Wednesday.

Mychal Kendricks was the first draft pick the Eagles came to terms with when the second-round linebacker signed a contract on Tuesday. Curry was also selected in the second round. Kelly was picked in the fifth round and McNutt in the sixth.

The Eagles still have five draft picks that remain unsigned, although signings all across the NFL have been moving at a faster clip this year because of the new collective-bargaining agreement that has rookie wages essentially set.

Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, the Eagles' top pick, along with third-round quarterback Nick Foles, fourth-round cornerback Brandon Boykin, sixth-round guard Brandon Washington and seventh-round running back Bryce Brown have yet to sign contracts.

Rookie minicamp opens on Saturday with the players reporting to the NovaCare Complex on Friday. The draft picks don't have to be under contract to participate in the three-day workout.

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