The third overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft has finally signed his deal as Joey Bosa inked a contract with the San Diego Chargers.

Bosa had been holding out since the draft and was the final remaining first rounder to sign when he agreed to terms on Monday evening.  He signed a four year deal with $17 million dollars in bonus money, which is the richest ever given to a rookie player with San Diego.

Bosa will sit out the remaining preseason game this week in an effort to get ready for week one of the regular season.  The Ohio State Buckeye had been held up on agreeing to a deal because he wanted more guaranteed money either in his signing bonus, or at the end of his contract, according to reports from San Diego.