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Wilson comes to terms

Jets rookie Kyle Wilson runs a drill during

Jets rookie Kyle Wilson runs a drill during rookie minicamp. (Apr. 30, 2010) Credit: AP

The Jets now have one less holdout to worry about.

First-round pick Kyle Wilson has agreed to five-year contract, a source with direct knowledge of the deal told Newsday. The cornerback, whose deal tops out at around $13 million and falls in line with those of Patriots CB Devin McCourty (5 years, 13.2 million, $7.8 guaranteed) and Dolphins DL Jared Odrick (5 years, $13 million, $7.1 guaranteed) is expected to be in training camp when the veterans report upstate to Cortland tomorrow.

"I'm a millionaire!!!!!!!!!! And headed to camp," Wilson tweeted.

Wilson was the last of the Jets' four draft picks to come to terms. RB Joe McKnight, OL Vladimir Ducasse and FB John Connor have all been signed.

New York Sports