Dolphins DT Odrick says he's on rebound from foot injury

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jared Odrick ended his rookie season on injured reserve with a broken left foot, but he told WSVN-TV on Sunday that he has healed enough for him to run on it, according to the *South Florida Sun Sentinel*.

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Odrick told the station that he planned to work out with the Dolphins or with trainer Pete Bommarito this offseason.

The Sun Sentinel cited Odrick as saying, "I've gone through a whole lot worse to come back and be an All-American in college (at Penn State). I think I can do it again."

The Dolphinsplaced Odrick on IR in October, ending his season. He suffered the foot injury after missing four games because of a broken right leg.

Odrick was selected in the first round of last April's draft. He worked with the Dolphins' first team from the start of training camp, but he was sidelined after sustaining a slight leg fracture during the season opener.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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