Dolphins open to trading Dion Jordan


The Miami Dolphins are open to trading their 2013 first round pick Dion Jordan. Miami traded the 12th and 42nd overall picks to Oakland so they could select Jordan at No. 3.

And already the team is talking about parting ways with him after they struggled to find ways to get him on the field in 2013 according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.

Where Jordan could end up remains to be seen. Philadelphia’s Chip Kelly said after the draft that the Eagles had considered Jordan with the No. 4 pick. Some will naturally take that and that Jordan played at Oregon to suggest he could end up there.

That Jordan was drafted by former GM Jeff Ireland take the ssurprise out of this news. The 24-year-old Jordan could fetch up to a second round pick.