After selecting defensive end Dion Jordan with the number three overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, most assumed that Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon was headed for the bench.
The Miami Dolphins circled the wagons after two weeks of chaos surrounded the franchise and managed to pull out a victory Sunday afternoon, but even in a victory; the Dolphins still left plenty to be desired by the play on the field.
As Miami Heat superstar LeBron James continues to add championships to his resume; he’s starting to be mentioned in the same breath as arguably the greatest NBA player of all-time, Michael Jordan. But Jordan thinks that in his prime, he could beat LeBron in a game of one-on-one, but he’s not sure he could beat Kobe Bryant.
Miami Dolphins fans can exhale a bit because rookie defensive end Dion Jordan returned to practice Tuesday after sitting out much of the last two weeks.
Each year, countless picks from the NFL Draft step into the starting lineup to help their new team take the next step to either stay or become a contender. The Miami Dolphins were hoping that might happen to them this season, but it doesn’t look like that will happen to start the year.
The Miami Dolphins defense will have likely have a win/lose scenario when it comes to the roster going into the first week of the season.
The American patriot Patrick Henry once said, “Give me liberty, or give me death.” But for one Hollywood mother-in-law it became, give me a grandchild or here comes a beating.
The Miami Dolphins have high expectations for top draft pick Dion Jordan, but the former Oregon star has to stay on the field to live up to those expectations.
Patrols have been stepped up, roads have been closed and extra blast walls put up near 22 U.S. diplomatic missions following warnings of a possible al-Qaida attack.
The Miami Dolphins thought enough of defensive end Dion Jordan to trade up to the number three overall spot in the draft to select him. But if you think Jordan is going to be exclusively used on the defensive line, you would be mistaken.