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  • Dolphins Shopping 2013 First-Round Pick Dion Jordan

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/writer/...ck-dion-jordan

    Excerpt: "A year after trading up to get Dion Jordan with the third overall pick in the draft, the Dolphins have begun shopping him to other clubs, league sources said. Miami has talked to other teams already to gauge Jordan's trade value.

    Numerous league sources, including executives from other teams, say the Dolphins might also be open to dealing receiver Mike Wallace and pass-rushing ace Cam Wake. That perception has only grown through the course of this week, through conversations with numerous decision-makers from other clubs, as Miami looks to retool its roster under a new regime.

    The Dolphins need to revamp their offensive line, possibly by moving up the draft board to land an offensive tackle.

    Sources close to Wallace, Jordan and Wake expressed a belief that a trade would not be a shock this offseason, though Wallace's hefty contract would limit his options.

    The Dolphins, with head coach Joe Philbin assuming even greater influence after the dismissal of general manager Jeff Ireland, and with rookie GM Dennis Hickey now in his place, are in transition mode as it awaits league discipline from the Wells Report." Read more...

  • kingcap88
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    Originally posted by miked1958 View Post
    We have enough guys that can't stay on field cause they keep getting suspended. We don't need more of them
    Exactly. The Giants have had enough of their own players getting suspended this off-season, no need to add players that are already getting suspended from other teams.

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  • miked1958
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    We have enough guys that can't stay on field cause they keep getting suspended. We don't need more of them

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  • Carter.525
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    I'm willing to part with James Brewer for Jordan

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  • gmen0820
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    Originally posted by Geebanga718 View Post
    Well...if u wanted him, he's now suspended and the dolphins are surely looking to unload him. Maybe bring him in to pair with fellow Oregon alumni, Jacquian Williams, the same way we paired Rueben and ODB....


    Could work...He's within our budget
    USF

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  • Gee718
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    Well...if u wanted him, he's now suspended and the dolphins are surely looking to unload him. Maybe bring him in to pair with fellow Oregon alumni, Jacquian Williams, the same way we paired Rueben and ODB....


    Could work...He's within our budget

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  • amukamerica
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    i was under the impression that the phins wanted to change him to a SAM linebacker ala what seattle did with bruce irvin.

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  • giantsfan420
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    Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    The Dolphins are as poorly run as the Knicks. At least the Dolphins could always fall backwards into a player in the draft though the Kncks never have any picks.

    I remember talking to a friend of mine from Ft Lauderdale after their FA "coups"last season.He said they would bin the AFC Championship at the least I said they would be 8-8 and they overpaid for every player they signed. Yeah
    can u provide ur analysis on dion jordan? we have the claim he's a bust being made lol...i claimed his cobine/measurements are right there with clowney...and, he'd be perfect to defend the read option bc u simply cannot leave him unblocked with that first step of his.

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  • kingcap88
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    Originally posted by Flip Empty View Post
    I don't understand why Philbin hasn't been fired.
    Something tells me the clock is probably ticking on Philbin. Miami will probably ax him after 2014.

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  • Redeyejedi
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    The Dolphins are as poorly run as the Knicks. At least the Dolphins could always fall backwards into a player in the draft though the Kncks never have any picks.

    I remember talking to a friend of mine from Ft Lauderdale after their FA "coups"last season.He said they would bin the AFC Championship at the least I said they would be 8-8 and they overpaid for every player they signed. Yeah

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  • BigBlueBoricua
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    Originally posted by TCHOF View Post
    You think that Miami would give us Jordan just to move up 7 spots?
    probably not, but with the poor decisions that they have been recently making ????

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  • TCHOF
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    Originally posted by Captain Chaos View Post
    Wow, if I were the G-men I would at least consider trading our 12th pick with Miami and take a risk on a strong pass rusher; which the G-men need. Then go to a OL or CB at 19 (Miami's pick). Would be an extremely interesting scenario in my mindů.
    You think that Miami would give us Jordan just to move up 7 spots?

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  • Captain Chaos
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    Wow, if I were the G-men I would at least consider trading our 12th pick with Miami and take a risk on a strong pass rusher; which the G-men need. Then go to a OL or CB at 19 (Miami's pick). Would be an extremely interesting scenario in my mind….
    Last edited by Captain Chaos; 03-01-2014, 09:12 AM.

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  • TheAnalyst
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    Sounds like the Browns. Trading up to get Trent Richardson, then dealing him away.

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  • RoanokeFan
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    Originally posted by BigBlueBoricua View Post
    6"6 250lbs and 23 years old......his salary was about 400K.....no risk here.....+1
    Except they are going to want a draft pick and do we really want to give one up given our needs ?

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