Spiller, Wilson last two rookie stragglers

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Only two unsigned rookies to go.

The Miami Dolphins took care of their final two loose ends before opening their training camp Friday afternoon, leaving Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller and New York Jets cornerback Kyle Wilson the AFC East's last two draft picks without contracts.

The Jets don't begin camp until Monday. That makes Spiller the lone draftee to miss a workout so far. Spiller, the ninth overall selection, wasn't on the field when the Bills began Thursday afternoon at St. John Fisher College.

The Dolphins, meanwhile, signed their top two draft choices: first-round defensive lineman Jared Odrick and second-round outside linebacker Koa Misi.

Since football operations boss Bill Parcells and general manager Jeff Ireland have taken over, the Dolphins have done a masterful job of getting their draft picks signed, including top 2008 pick Jake Long days before the draft.

The New England Patriots signed first-round pick Devin McCourty on Wednesday to finalize their draft class. They opened camp Thursday morning at Gillette Stadium.