Oakland Raiders rookie offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom (70) at organized team activities at the Raiders practice facility.
The Raiders chose the big offensive line prospect out of Utah with their third round compensatory pick (95th overall). He played offensive tackle at Utah but projects at guard in the NFL. He will compete with Cooper Carlisle for the starting left guard spot for the Raiders.
Per numbers by CSN Bay Area Bergstrom's rookie contract will look something like this:
Documents obtained by CSNCalifornia.com show Bergstrom, who was taken 95th overall out of Utah with a compensatory pick, having a first-year allotment of $516,504 with a first-year minimum allotment of $512,504 and non-guaranteed base salaries of $390,000, $480,000, $570,000 and $660,000 on his four-year contract with a maximum signing bonus of $506,016.
That just leaves fifth round pick Juron Criner as lone unsigned rookie for the Raiders.