Robert Griffin III has not signed his rookie contract yet and he may not do so for a few months. However, there is no need to worry about a repeat of Heath Shulers holdout in 1994, a dispute that dragged well into training camp and got his career off on wrong foot.The CBA signed last summer makes negotiations a formality. Griffin will get a four-year, 21 million contract with about 14 million guaranteed. There can be no haggling about performance incentives or voidable years and the deal cant be renegotiated until three seasons into it.Griffin will be under the Redskins control for five seasons if the team chooses. If the team exercises an option for a fifth year Griffin, as a top 10 pick, will get a salary equal to the average of the top 10 players at his position.The rest of the drafted players also will get four-year deals for standard, slotted amounts. There are escalator clauses built in to deals for players drafted from the third round on.Two drafted players, Stephen Hill of the Jets and Alshon Jeffrey of the Bears, both receivers taken in the second round, have signed their contracts. It is too early to tell if they will be aberrations or trend setters by signing early. Last year was the first year of this system and the lockout prevented any deal from being signed until just before training camp started.In short, RG3 and the other draft picks could sign any day but dont hold your breath and dont sweat it as the new system makes holdouts a thing of the past.