Former Michigan receiver Junior Hemingway signs 4-year deal with Chiefs
Junior Hemingway participated in his first NFL practice Friday.
Then he got paid.
Hemingway was selected with the 31st pick of the seventh round in last month's NFL Draft. Based on last year's pay scale, his deal likely is worth around $2 million over the four years.
Idaho tight end Daniel Hardy, selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the 238th pick last year, also received a $45,900 signing bonus.
Hemingway finished his five-year Michigan carreer with 88 catches for 1,638 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was the team's top receiver a year ago.
He is the second Michigan draft pick to ink a pro deal, after center David Molk signed a four-year contract with the San Diego Chargers earlier this week.
Defensive tackle Mike Martin, a third-round pick of the Tennessee Titans, is the Wolverines' lone draft pick yet to sign.