DENVER (WIBW) - Former Kansas State star Dalton Risner officially has his first contract with the Denver Broncos.
The team announced the four-year deal on Tuesday. Denver drafted the Colorado native at 41st overall in the second round of the NFL Draft.
According to KUSA's Mike Klis, the deal is worth a total of $7,142,282. Klis reports the first two years of the deal are fully guaranteed. Risner's signing bonus is reportedly worth $3,214,388.
The former Wildcat played left guard with the Broncos' starting offensive line in organized team activities and mandatory mini-camp. Denver reports to training camp tomorrow and starts it July 18.
As an anchor of Kansas State's offensive line, Risner started 50 of 51 games as a Wildcat. He's one of four offensive linemen in the history of the Big 12 to earn three straight All-Big 12 First Team honors.
Risner's entire career in Manhattan was decorated, as he was a First-Team All-American as a senior right tackle and a Freshman All-American as a center. He was also a three-year team captain.