The Miami Dolphins continue to sign contracts with their incoming class of rookies.
On Wednesday, word broke that third-round wideout Patrick Turner has agreed to a four-year deal.
Today comes word, via Adam Caplan of Scout.com, that seventh-round linebacker J.D. Folsom hears the money train a-comin’.
Per Caplan, Folsom has signed a four-year, $1.812 million deal, with a signing bonus of $62,000.
Turner did slightly better; though the base salaries for the four seasons will be the same as Folsom’s, Turner’s third-round status got him $714,000 in exchange for applying his Herbie Hancock to the deal.