In the 32 hours or so between Tuesday morning and the report of training camp Wednesday evening, the Broncos should have first-round draft pick Sylvester Williams signed to a four-year contract.

Williams is a defensive tackle from North Carolina who the Broncos selected with their No. 28 overall pick. He can expect a four-year deal worth about $7.7 million with roughly $6.5 million guaranteed, including the same $4 million signing bonus that Green Bay’s Nick Perry received as the No. 28 overall pick in last year’s draft.

The first three years of salaries will be guaranteed in Williams’. There is some negotiating haggling regarding the non-guaranteed fourth season. Williams is the Broncos’ only remaining unsigned draft pick.