The Miami Dolphins defense haven’t lived up to expectations thus far in the season, but one bright spot has now been recognized as the AFC Player of the Week.
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 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.
Almost all of the focus from Tuesday’s practice with the Miami Dolphins was on rookie defensive end Dion Jordan, who made his first appearance. Jordan’s one cog in a defensive line the Fins hope can make an impact in 2013.
South Florida is used to heavy rain during the rainy season, but the amount of rain residents in the panhandle of Florida are seeing is almost unprecedented for a non-tropical system.
With eight games remaining in the Miami Dolphins regular season, it’s time to analyze the first half under rookie head coach Joe Philbin. How do the surprising 4-4 Dolphins grade out at the midway point?
The last time Duke and Florida International tangled on the field, the Blue Devils ran right through FIU’s defense in Miami. Now, FIU has traveled to Duke looking for a bit of retribution in its season opening game.
The Miami Dolphins went into the 2012 NFL Draft with a litany of needs including quarterback, wide receiver, defensive end, and tight end. When Mr. Irrelevant was finally called and the draft ended, the Fins walked out with an impressive haul that met most of the team needs.
The NCAA has ruled that eight University of Miami players must miss at least one game and repay benefits as a condition to becoming eligible to play again for the Canes.