The Green Bay Packers completed negotiations with their draft class Wednesday when first-round pick Datone Jones agreed to terms on a contract.

The Packers had completed negotiations and signed their other 10 draft picks weeks ago leaving only Jones left to be done. Since a rookie wage scale was introduced two years ago with the new collective bargaining agreement holdouts have been few and far between.

Most salaries are slotted based on where a player was selected.

The defensive end's four-year deal came in at $7.716 million and included a signing bonus of $3.992 million. The guarantees in the contract total $6.259 million.

Jones the 26th selection overall from UCLA will report for his physical with the rest of the team at 6 a.m. Thursday. He is expected to sign his contract in the morning.

The team's first practice is 8:20 a.m. Friday.

The rookie wage scale sets minimum and maximum salary cap limits for each team based on the number of picks selected and what position.

The Packers were given a maximum of $6131322 in salary cap dollars to spend on their draft picks and undrafted rookies. As they normally do the Packers spent most of that cap space.