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Is Dion Jordan Already A First-Round Bust?

Last April, the Miami Dolphins selected Oregon pass rusher Dion Jordan with the third pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Just over a year later, the question bears asking: is the 24-year-old defensive end already a bust? Jordan was

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Dolphins’ Dion Jordan Suspended Four Games

Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan has been suspended for the first four games of the 2014 NFL season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance enhancing substances. The team confirmed the news via Twitter Thursday afternoon. DE Dion

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Miami Dolphins’ Top 5 Potential Breakout Stars

The Miami Dolphins are a young football team stacked with promising talent. Coming off another disappointing season in the AFC East, they are hopeful some of that promising, young talent can take the next step in 2014. Here are

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Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins’ Depth Chart

What should pretty much be your go-to for anything football-related, Pro Football Focus recently provided an insightful breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ current depth chart. Of the 57 players listed, over 35 percent are considered “good starters” by PFF’s

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Dion Jordan: I’m Healthy this Year

Miami Dolphins’ defensive end Dion Jordan spoke to the media following Monday’s OTAs. (On the difference in him now compared to last year) – “I’m healthy, man. I’m healthy and I’m coming into an organization and a system that I’m

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Tuck: Dolphins Should Not Give Up On Dion Jordan Yet

The Eagles reportedly made an offer for the Dolphins #3 pick in last year's draft.

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Dolphins Could Give Up Dion Jordan

Due to recent events in Miami, the most recent news coming from the Dolphins’ organization isn’t something that lights fireworks. According to Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com, the Dolphins are “gauging trade value” for 2013 first-round pick Dion Jordan. This is

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Dolphins’ Top Pick Dion Jordan Expected To Play

DAVIE, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins will not begin filling out an injury report until Wednesday, but all indications from players and coaches are that No. 3 overall draft pick Dion Jordan (shoulder) is expected to play in Sunday’s

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Miami Dolphins Wanted Tavon Austin

The Miami Dolphins shocked everyone when the team traded up with the Oakland Raiders for the third overall pick, and then took Oregon pass-rusher Dion Jordan. But, according to NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington, that was not the original plan.