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.