National Football League
                     === Bucs agree with top pick Evans ===
 Tampa,  FL ( - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms
 with wide receiver Mike Evans, their first pick in last month's draft.
 Evans  was selected with the seventh overall choice in May. He has agreed to a
 four-year deal with a fifth-year option.
 The  20-year-old Texas  A&M product  started  all 26  games he  played in  two
 seasons  with  the Aggies  and  caught  151 passes  for  2,499  yards with  17
 Evans  led the SEC with 12 TD receptions in 2013, setting a school record with
 1,394 receiving yards on 69 catches.
 The  Buccaneers  also announced  Thursday that running  back Charles Sims, the
 team's third-round selection, has signed his rookie contract as well.
 Considered  one of  the top  pass-catching backs  in this  year's draft,  Sims
 finished  his  collegiate career with  203 receptions totaling 2,108 yards and
 adding  2,370 yards  on the  ground.  The 2013  Big  12 Newcomer  of the  Year
 transferred  to  West Virginia  last season  after playing  three years at the
 University of Houston.
 With  both Evans and Sims agreeing to deals, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins
 is  the only remaining unsigned draft choice on the Tampa Bay roster. The Bucs
 took the Washington product with the No. 38 overall pick.
 06/12 17:44:03 ET