The Miami Dolphins are in rebuilding mode, but the amount of rebuilding being talked about in NFL circles may surprise the biggest Dolfans.
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.
At this point in the season, the joke of why shouldn’t you give the Miami Dolphins players a dollar…because they will only give you three quarters back seem apropos. The Dolphins’ latest games are a microcosm of the entire season.
When a team needs a big play, superstars have to answer the call. The Miami Dolphins needed a big play to save their season and Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake answered the bell and gave the Fins a “Wake” off victory Thursday night.
If you felt a big gust of wind from the Davie area Monday, it wasn’t from a thunderstorm, but rather a big sigh from the Miami Dolphins team facility.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland made getting after quarterbacks a priority in the offseason with multiple acquisitions. So far, the plan is working, but a different problem could sack the Fins’ potential special season.
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.
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.
The Miami Dolphins put their faith in the untapped ability of rookie defensive end Dion Jordan. The Fins traded up in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft to acquire Jordan and that means the expectations for are elevated as well.
The Miami Dolphins made a bold move Thursday night in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by trading with the Oakland Raiders and selecting Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan with the third overall pick.