Dion Jordan had said Friday his rookie contract would get done in order for him not to be a holdout.
And he was true to his word as he Dolphins announced that a deal had been completed today with the No. 3 overall pick in the draft.
The defensive end won't miss any time in training camp, and per a report from Mike Garafalo of FoxSports, the Dolphins did include offset language in the deal. To help offset the offset, Jordan will get his signing bonus money quickly, rather than having it deferred.
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