When the Dolphins traded up in the 2013 draft to grab Dion Jordan No. 3 overall, they envisioned him as an athletic, pass-rushing freak.http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/sport ... -to/njYmH/
But nearly two years into his tenure in Miami, the Dolphins can’t find a regular spot for him in the lineup.
Defensive end Dion Jordan has not been able to find a role that keeps him on the field as much as coaches would like. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)
For the first time Monday, defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle acknowledged that coaches would consider moving Jordan next season from defensive end to outside linebacker, where the Dolphins have a much greater need.
“We’re going to evaluate everything here as we go into the offseason. That’s certainly going to be one of the main topics,” Coyle said. “We have got to find ways to utilize him more.”