With Wake healthy and terrorizing quarterbacks as usual, Dion Jordan played just 22 percent of the defensive snaps in the season opener and only 11 percent in Indianapolis in Week 2. With Wake’s injury Sunday, Jordan was on the field for 42 percent of the defensive snaps, along with continuing contributions on special teams.
“I think we’re seeing more and more of Dion, and he’s getting better,” defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle said Monday.
“The fact is we want to expand his role, and he showed things in the game [Sunday] which lead us to believe that we can continue to keep feeding him more.”
Source: Matt Kelley, Miami Herald