Last week, I mentioned that James Conner and Adam Bisnowaty had signed their rookie contracts after the NFL Draft. Two more Pitt players are now signed and accounted for.
Offensive lineman Dorian Johnson signed with the Arizona Cardinals shortly after I wrote about Bisnowaty and Conner last week. Johnson inked a four-year deal with the team.
Former Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman also signed with his new team, the Buffalo Bills. His terms weren't disclosed, either, but this site says he'll get a four-year deal worth about $2.6 million. Peterman was the last of Buffalo's drafted players to sign.
That only leaves Ejuan Price and, to date, I've still not seen him signing a deal with the Rams.