Dolphins ink first-round pick Jordan

The Sports NetworkJuly 20, 2013 

The Miami Dolphins signed defensive end Dion Jordan, the last member of the club's nine picks from this year's draft yet to agree to a contract, on Saturday.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Miami Herald reported the contract is worth approximately $20 million over four years, with nearly $13 million guaranteed.

Miami snagged Jordan, fresh from a four-year stint with the Oregon Ducks, with the third overall selection. He finished his career with 121 tackles and 14 1/2 sacks over 45 games.

Jordan's signing comes one day prior to the Dolphins scheduled first training camp practice on Sunday.

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