Report: Jared Odrick to go on IR

DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins first-round draft pick Jared Odrick is hurt again, and the latest injury might sideline him the rest of the season.

"He's done for a long time," coach Tony Sparano said Thursday.

The Miami Herald reported the defensive end will be put on injured reserve after sustaining a fractured leg in Wednesday's practice.

"We'll see," Sparano said. "Right now we're going to sit tight for a little while."

Odrick worked with the first team from the start of training
camp but has been sidelined since he sustained a slight leg
fracture in the season opener. He also broke his right leg in 2007
and missed the rest of that season with Penn State.

Sparano declined to reveal details about the nature of Odrick's
latest injury. The lineman, taken with the 28th pick in the April
draft, has one tackle this year.

"He's a heck of a player," Sparano said. "He's a guy we
certainly could have used. That being said, there are guys who have
stepped up and done a nice job."

Odrick's absence has meant more playing time for Tony McDaniel
and Paul Soliai in the defensive line. The Dolphins (3-2) play host
to Pittsburgh on Sunday.