Dolphins rookie defensive end Dion Jordan has a lot of catching up to do. And he's going to be force-fed with plenty of playing time, reports the Palm Beach Post. Joe Philbin said Jordan will play quite a bit now that he has recovered from offseason shoulder surgery.
Philbin added that Jordan was "really catching on quickly" in practice. Jordan participated in individual drills on Tuesday. He is expected to perform as a pass-rushing specialist with Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon as the starting ends. But Jordan said he also expects to line up at linebacker on occasion.