Earlier today, the Dolphins agreed to terms with third-round selection John Jerry. The deal is reportedly for four years, and worth $2.64 million with a $858,000 signing bonus. This latest rookie singing leaves the Dolphins with only two unsigned draft choices from this year's class. First-round pick Jared Odrick and second-round pick Koa Misi still remain unsigned, but negotiations should begin to heat up in the coming days.
Jerry is thought to be in the competition at left guard, and many feel he's the favorite to beat out Cory Procter. He reportedly had a fantastic offseason, but as we all know, things can change in a hurry when the physical part of the game comes into effect, especially for an offensive lineman.