The Dolphins made the biggest moves in the NFL last month in free agency. And they did it again in the first round of the draft Thursday night.
The Dolphins packaged their No. 12 and 42 picks to obtain the No. 3 pick from Oakland. But Miami didn’t use the selection on Oklahoma left tackle Lane Johnson, as many expected when the trade was announced. Instead, they drafted Oregon pass rusher Dion Jordan, who is speedy, tall and athletic (6-foot-6, 248 pounds) but comes with concerns about his strength, durability and production.
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