First-round draft pick Dion Jordan has signed with the Miami Dolphins, who will have all nine draft choices under contract for the start of training camp workouts Sunday.
Jordan, a defensive end and linebacker from Oregon, was the third player taken in the April draft after the Dolphins swung a trade with Oakland to move up nine spots.
Jordan's deal includes offset language on the guaranteed money in the contract, a source told FOX Sports.
Offset language, a sticking point for several top-10 deals this year and last year, means the Dolphins will be off the hook for as much as Jordan's next employer pays him if they cut him before the end of his four-year deal.
The trade-off in negotiations, per the source, was for Jordan to get his signing bonus on a quicker payout schedule than that of No. 2 overall pick Luke Joeckel, whose deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars did not contain any offset language.
The source said Jordan, who is working his way back from a shoulder injury,...