The Dolphins ended up with one of the fastest, most explosive defensive players in Thursday’s first round of the draft by trading up to No. 3 for Oregon end Dion Jordan.
But the original plan wasn’t to go defense. It was to get faster and more explosive on offense, according to a high-ranking source who was inside the room with the Dolphins’ decision-makers.
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