Wide receiver Brett Swain of San Diego State and quarterback Matt Flynn of LSU are reportedly the first of the Packers' nine draft choices to come to an agreement.
The dominoes may continue to fall, though. Flynn's agent Bill Johnson who also represents fourth round draft choice Jeremy Thompson is noted as saying in Silverstein's article that he expects the Wake Forest defensive end to finish a deal on Wednesday.
No details were available on Flynn's contract, although Silverstein did get a couple particulars about Swain: "Swain's agent, Bruce Tollner, said the 6-1, 200-pound receiver would sign a four-year deal. He did not reveal terms of the contract, although late-round picks generally get a modest signing bonus and minimum wage base salaries."
If Thompson does come to terms today, he would be the last signing the Packers would have to make without either cutting players or placing them on injured reserve.
Expect a flurry of signings over the next couple days before players report over the weekend in anticipation of the first official training camp practice on Monday.