The Miami Dolphins’ entire 2014 draft class is signed and ready for camp – with a week to spare.
Offensive lineman Billy Turner, the team’s third-round pick, signed his rookie contract Friday, agent Michael Hoffman announced on Twitter. Turner shared a picture of himself signing the paperwork on social media a short time later.
The four-year deal is worth an estimated $3.1 million, with a signing bonus of roughly $700,000.
Turner was the last of the team’s draft picks to sign, ensuring no rookie holdouts for the second consecutive season. The team reports for training camp next Thursday.
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POUNCEY ACCUSERS SPEAK TO POLICE
Mike and Maurkice Pouncey’s 25th birthday party is now officially a police matter.
The three people who have publicly accused the Pounceys of injuring them during a fight at South Beach’s Cameo nightclub last week have now told their side to Miami Beach police, according to Sgt. Bobby Hernandez, a police spokesman.
The Pounceys, through their attorney, have called the accusation “lies” and said they were not part of any altercation that night.
“The investigation continues,” Hernandez said.