Patriots agree to terms with 1st round pick Devin McCourty

The New England Patriots and first round pick Devin McCourty have agreed to terms on a five year contract according to his agent, Andy Simms. The contract will have  a maximum value of $13.2 million with $7.825 million guarantees and bonuses.

McCourty was the 27th overall pick in 2010 NFL Draft. McCourty was the last of the Patriots’ 12 draft picks to agree to a contract. Devin in the 2nd first-round pick to agree to terms; Cowboys WR Dez Bryant signed his rookie deal last week.

Mike Reis of ESPNBoston.com was the first to report the signing.

McCourty’s contract is worth about $.4M more than last year’s 27th overall pick Donald Brown. McCourty also received $1 million more in guarantees than Brown did.

To keep track of all of the NFL Draft Signings check out our 2010 NFL Draft Rookie Signing Status