Dolphins Expecting Progress From Dion Jordan

The Dolphins moved quickly to deny that they had any interest in trading Dion Jordan, the third overall pick of the 2012 draft, a year after trading up to secure his rights and coach Joe Philbin repeated that denial more recently. Philbin said that Jordan is very much part of the team’s plans and that they are expecting a “significant jump” for Jordan heading into his second season.

“We think once we get him acclimated better to the position he’s playing, we give him more [repetitions], quality reps that he really didn’t have last year, he’s going to make nice development,” Philbin said, via Chris Perkins of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

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