Multiple sources are reporting that the Dolphins and first-round pick Jared Odrick have agreed on a contract. According to the Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly the deal is for five years, but financial details are yet to be revealed.
This is obviously great news for Odrick and the Dolphins, as the 28th overall pick won't miss a rep on his quest to earn a starting job at defensive end. It won't be easy, as newly acquired Marques Douglas and Charles Grant are proven competition, but the team hopes Odrick is the long-term answer to start with Kendall Langford.
This leaves second-round pick Koa Misi the only unsigned pick, but the Dolphins have reportedly been working on the deal all week, and many are still optimistic it will get done before practice tomorrow.