MIAMI (AP) -Second-round draft choice Samson Satele signed a four-year, $2.89 million contract with the Miami Dolphins, but the team's top two picks remained unsigned Thursday, three days before the scheduled reporting date for rookies.
The deal signed by Satele, a 311-pound center from Hawaii, included a guaranteed $1.225 million. He was taken with the second of Miami's two second-round picks in April.
Still unsigned were Ohio State receiver Ted Ginn Jr., the Dolphins' first-round choice, and quarterback John Beck of Brigham Young, a second-round pick.
Miami rookies are scheduled to report Sunday and begin practice Tuesday. Training camp for the entire team starts July 28.

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