The entire Cardinals' draft class is under contract after second-round pick Rondale Moore signed on the dotted line Wednesday.
The speedy slot receiver's deal is for $6.9 million over four years, including a $2.9 million signing bonus, according to salary cap website Spotrac.
Moore, who worked hard to become a high draft pick, is expected to contribute in the return game immediately, and is hoping to find an early role on offense as a rookie.
The Cardinals have three veteran wide receivers – DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Christian Kirk – that are expected to start, but Moore's yards-after-catch ability should help him carve out playing time.
The final day of minicamp is on Thursday, but the rookies are expected to stick around awhile longer to get acclimated to the NFL.