The Miami Dolphins signed No. 3 overall draft pick Dion Jordan before opening training camp Saturday.
With Jordan aboard, the Dolphins have signed all nine of their picks.
Jordan, a defensive end who stood out at Oregon, said Friday he has not yet signed over an issue related to guaranteed money but that he would report. The two sides had haggled over language in the contract that would allow the team to recoup money from Jordan if he is cut.
The Dolphins had a similar issue in negotiating the contract of quarterback Ryan Tannehill last year.
Jordan missed all organized team activities because he was recovering from shoulder surgery and Oregon's late graduation date.