Dolphins will welcome back Dion Jordan when eligible
Miami Dolphins executive Mike Tannenbaum says the team will welcome back suspended defensive end Dion Jordan when/if he is reinstated.
"Once he's reinstated, he will be a member of the team and we'll go from there," Tannenbaum said. "We're still waiting on the league. I don't think there's anything imminent." Jordan's agent recently hinted his reinstatement was nigh, but as is often the case, the league has been silent on the matter. Jordan has made just 10 appearances since his 2013 rookie season.
In 2015, Miami ranked just 30th in Adjusted Defensive Net Expected Points (NEP) per play and 31st in Adjusted Defensive Passing NEP per play. They need all the help they can get.
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