Pretty detailed article showing how Dion would work with Vance Josephs system...
It would surely appear as tho Dion will be coming back as soon as the NFL allows it..
The site has video clips etc showing different things
Just a bit of what they are looking at:
Miami’s 4-3 Underhttp://bleacherreport.com/articles/2638803-why-dion-jordan-will-be-legitimate-comeback-player-of-the-year-candidate?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=share&utm_campaign=web-mob-art-mid-145
According to Dolphins Executive Vice President of Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum, via an interview with ESPN 106.3, Miami will employ a 4-3 “under” defensive front. This designation was a key tidbit of information to work off, as it’s easier to project where talent will fit and what skill sets will be required at each position. Below is a visual of how the Seattle Seahawks use a 4-3 “under” front.
Seattle's 4-3 Under
The biggest differences between a 4-3 “under” and a regular set are the two space-eating defensive linemen on the strong-side of the formation, and the imbalanced linebacker alignment. This is meant to maximize the gaps for linebackers to utilize and unleash the weak-side pass-rushers.
Miami utilized the one-technique often in 2015 with Earl Mitchell to try and free star Ndamukong Suh as the three-technique. They’ll continue to do that in 2016. Letting Suh shoot gaps to get into the backfield will maximize the effectiveness of the unit.
Where it gets interesting is what happens with the defensive end rotation. Wake will be a rotational pass-rusher regardless of health, per Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald and should play obvious passing downs at his regular left defensive end spot, which would remove the five-technique from the field. Mario Williams has experience at both defensive end positions, although his best function would be a pass-rusher and not gap-eating five-technique. Miami’s personnel fits oddly with a traditional 4-3 “under”.