PHOENIX -- The Arizona Cardinals were able to lock down their two top picks of the 2012 draft by signing first round pick Michael Floyd and third round pick Jamell Fleming.
Floyd, taken 13th overall by the Cardinals, agreed to a four year deal with an option for a fifth year. The Receiver out of Notre Dame is reported to receive $10 million guaranteed.
Fleming, the Cornerback taken 80th overall out of Oklahoma, signed with the team for four years.
The Cardinals also agreed to a 1-year deal with Veteran Defensive Tackle Vonnie Holliday. Holliday, who is entering his 15th season in the NFL, played in all 16-games last year with the Cardinals. The former first round pick provides leadership which is invaluable to the Cardinals front seven.
The Cardinals have now signed all draft picks and the current roster is full at 90.
The Cardinals are set to begin mini-camp on Tuesday and will report to Flagstaff for training camp on July 24th.