Did the Miami Dolphins even get the bare minimum of an automatic starter by trading all the way up from No. 12 to the No. 3 pick in Thursday night’s first round of the NFL draft?
It won’t matter if linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan turns out to be a dramatic finisher, turning third-down situations into disaster for opposing quarterbacks with sacks and fumbles and other spectacular splatters.
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