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The Splash Zone 5/6/16: Is Dion Jordan Ready For A Comeback

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It appears Dion Jordan is ready to make a comeback for the Miami Dolphins. Jordan's agent called him "comeback player of the year" and went on to post pictures of Jordan training. Jordan was suspended for the entire 2015 season and has been a disappointment since being drafted 3rd overall in the 2013 draft. It's hard to excited to see Jordan back in a Dolphins uniform, he's only had 3 sacks in 26 games. Does he finally have his head on straight and will Jordan be able to stay clean?

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Dolphins: Dion Jordan’s agent calls him "comeback player of the year" | The Daily Dolphin
Here's the strongest sign yet that Dion Jordan is on his way back to the Dolphins. Jordan and his agent, Doug Hendrickson, have remained silent throughout Jordan's year-long drug suspension. But late Wednesday night, Hendrickson on Twitter called Jordan the "comeback player of the year.

Dolphins Running Backs

Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas believes in Adam Gase’s offense | The Daily Dolphin
Running back Daniel Thomas, in his third go-around with the Dolphins, is no longer expected to live up to his second-round 2011 draft selection. In many ways, Thomas can't believe he's back with Miami. "It’s the third time. It's crazy," Thomas said.

Dolphins Tight Ends

Change Is A Constant For Cameron
The tight end says he’s ready, willing and able to catch the ball as much as the Dolphins want to target him, but isn’t focused on numbers.

Dolphins Offensive Line

Former Tunsil business manager/financial adviser becomes main suspect in hacking case | ProFootballTalk
The true villain in the Laremy Tunsil draft-night free fall continues to be the person who accessed his social media accounts and posted damaging information with the obvious intent to spark a slide. Tunsil's camp eventually could figure out who did it.

Dolphins Linebackers

Five Questions With Kiko Alonso
We play five questions with veteran linebacker Kiko Alonso.

Dolphins Secondary

Dolphins have expressed interest in veteran cornerback Leon Hall - Sun Sentinel
Leon Hall could be a fit as the Mimai Dolphins' nickel cornerback. He played for Vance Joseph in Cincinnati.

Miami Dolphins rookie Jordan Lucas brings versatility to secondary - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Jordan Lucas fits the prototype that Vance Joseph is looking for in the secondary, but the sixth-round pick will have to perform in camp to win a spot.

Dolphins 2016 Draft

Taking A Closer Look At The Dolphins 2016 Draft Picks " CBS Miami
Another NFL Draft has come and gone, leaving fans plenty of time to debate how well their team did until the new players finally hit the field for training camp in late July.

Dolphins 2016 Preseason

Dolphins will play first two preseason games on Friday nights | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins will kickoff the preseason in New York Fri. Aug 12th at 7 p.m., according to the Giants’ team web site. The preseason schedule was announced last month, but the Dolphins had not yet released the dates or times. The Dolphins will then travel to Dallas on Fri. Aug.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone 5/5/16: Reflecting On The Don Shula Era - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Why the Laremy Tunsil situation highlights a lot of what's wrong with the NFL right now - The Phinsider
The Laremy Tunsil draft fiasco only serves to highlight some of the bigger issues within the NFL right now!

Dion Jordan updates from agent, trainer seem to indicate Dolphins DE working toward comeback - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan appears to be working his way back to the NFL, and he may have some lofty goals.

NFL Top 100 Players of 2016: Jarvis Landry lands at 98 - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins scored their first member of the NFL Top 100 Players list Wednesday night when wide receiver Jarvis Landry was named the 98th player.