According to Adam Schefter on Twitter, the Dolphins agreed to terms with first-round DL Jared Odrick on a five-year contract with a maximum value of just over $13 million, including $7.133 million guaranteed.
And Jeff Darlington reports on Twitter that the Dolphins have also agreed to terms with No. 40 overall pick OLB Koa Misi on a multi-year contract.
These were the Fins last two un-signed draft picks. With these signings, all eight of their 2010 draft picks are under contract and available to begin training camp, which starts tomorrow afternoon.
[Editor's Note by Matty I: Great job by GM Jeff Ireland. This now makes three years with just one training camp holdout - and that lasted for about two hours. This is one of the most overlooked aspects of being a GM. But Ireland and his team again get done what needs to get done so that camp can kick off smoothly tomorrow.
It was particularly important this year, though, for these top two picks to be in camp on time. Both are going to have big roles on defense. Misi is probably going to enter camp as the strong side OLB and Odrick could start camp as the starting DE replacing Phillip Merling. So, again, great job by Ireland and this front office for working quickly and getting these deals done.
That's three deals done in the past 24 hours if you count the Charles Grant contract. Jeff has been a busy guy, huh?
And thanks to Lefty for getting this news up.]