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Stephone Anthony made out on his rookie deal.

The No. 31 overall pick in the draft, Anthony will make $7.731 million over the next four seasons, including a $3.883 signing bonus, according to a source. New Orleans guaranteed $6.242 million of the deal, according to the Baltimore Sun.

While most rookie deals are standardized by the slotting system, Anthony made out a little bit better than last year’s No. 31 pick, Bradley Roby. The Denver cornerback received a $6.953 million contract, including a $3.376 million signing bonus, with $5.584 million guaranteed.

Tackle Andrus Peat, who was selected with the No. 13 pick, is the only member of the Saints’ rookie class who remains unsigned.