We continue our game of "Walk, Franchise, Extend," working our way through the Miami Dolphins' 2015 free agents. We are working our way through the team's unrestricted free agents, giving you a chance to choose what the Dolphins should do with each of the players who are set to have their contracts expire in March.
Below you will find a poll. All you have to do it vote. Once we make it through all of the Dolphins' free agents, we will post the results of who you want to walk, franchise, or extend.
So far, we have run polls for tight end Charles Clay, guard Daryn Colledge, safety Louis Delmas, offensive tackle Jason Fox, cornerback T.J. Heath, running back LaMichael James, quarterback Matt Moore, and running back Knowshon Moreno. You can still cast your votes using the links below.
We now move on to defensive tackle Jared Odrick.
Odrick was Miami's first round draft choice in 2010, coming out of Penn State. He has the versatility to play any position along the defensive line, and he has played every game for the last four seasons after missing nearly his entire rookie season with a broken foot. In 2014, Odrick played 76-percent of the defensive snaps, recording 29 tackles, a sack, and five passes defensed. He has 103 career tackels, with 16.5 sacks, 11 passes defensed, and an interception. At just 27 year old, Odrick is entiring free agency in his prime, and is considered among the top free agents available this offseason.
Odrick's five-year rookie contract paid him $13.1 million dollars, an average of $2.6 million per season. Last season, Odrick counted for $2,779,548 against the salary cap. He is expected to move into the $6-$7 million per season range in his next contract.
What do you do with Odrick?