Less than an hour after first-round pick Jared Odrick signed a five-year deal with the Miami Dolphins, the club has agreed to terms with second-round pick Koa Misi, according to the Herald's Jeff Darlington.
Details of the contract are not yet available but will come in soon.
As was reported on this blog this morning, the Misi deal has been close for several days -- close enough that there seemed to be an agreement in place earlier this week.
If Misi's deal is structured as expected, it should be a four-year deal with approximately $2.7 million in guaranteed money.
Misi is expected to compete for a starting OLB job, along with Charlie Anderson, Cameron Wake, Quentin Moses and others.
This agreement means all the Dolphins draft picks have agreed to contract terms or have signed.