Rookie Dion Jordan says he’s ready to play for the Miami Dolphins if they need him. But being patient while coping with discomfort in his surgically repaired shoulder hasn’t been easy.
Dion Jordan has been limited during training camp, but Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said the rookie’s role will increase soon. The Dolphins hope Jordan will be ready for Week 1.
Lance Louis, who was expected to challenge John Jerry for the Miami Dolphins’ starting job at right guard, instead was released by the team Tuesday.
Veteran defensive tackle Randy Starks — who started all 16 games last season — is the third man in the Miami Dolphins’ rotation at that position, and he believes he knows why.
Lamar Miller feels like he’s already won the running back competition with Daniel Thomas. But the Miami Dolphins’ coaching staff has yet to declare a winner.
Can the Miami Dolphins’ passing game work without Dustin Keller? Greg Cosell of NFL Films believes "they’ll have a very solid pass game" because of developing young QB Ryan Tannehill.