Jamarco Jones is officially a member of the Seattle Seahawks.
The fifth-round draft pick signed his contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday, according to the NFL's official transaction wire.
According to Spotrac, Jones' four-year deal is worth an estimated $2.5875 million with a $172,501 signing bonus.
The former Ohio State left tackle, who the Seahawks selected with the 168th overall pick in this year's draft, is the third of seven Buckeyes selected in this year's draft to sign their rookie contracts, joining Jalyn Holmes (Minnesota Vikings) and Tyquan Lewis (Indianapolis Colts). Cleveland Browns first-round pick Denzel Ward, Cincinnati Bengals first-round pick Billy Price, Miami Dolphins third-round pick Jerome Baker and Bengals third-round pick Sam Hubbard have not yet signed their contracts.