25-Year-Old Defensive End – Miami Dolphins
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Dion Jordan in 2015. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2015 ADP: –
Bye Week: 5
Dion Jordan Contract Information:
Signed with Miami in July of 2013.
Jordan will be suspended for the entire 2015 season for a repeat violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Dion Jordan.
Jordan was supposed to provide the Dolphins with a strong pass rush opposite Cameron Wake but that failed to materialize as Jordan only produced two sacks and 26 tackles. Jordan has beefed up during the off-season, something he wasn't able to do last year due to having to undergo shoulder surgery, but the start to his 2014 season will be delayed by a four-game suspension. If Jordan can become the player the Dolphins thought he could when he was drafted, double digit sacks may not be out of the question with teams spending most of their energy trying to figure out how to stop Wake, but that notion's on hold to start the 2014 season.
Keep a very close eye on Jordan's position designation in your league, because at press time it was up for interpretation, though the Miami Dolphins official web site listed him as a defensive end. It's a questionable fit, though, because Jordan was arguably at his best as a standup player in college, and he posted just five sacks as a senior. He's a rangy, long player with great pursuit ability, but Jordan looks more like Julian Peterson than DeMarcus Ware. That said, if the Dolphins use him at defensive end, he should thrive anyway, particularly as an IDP. His pass-rush impact could be limited, but Jordan's length and athleticism should allow him to pile up tackles in pursuit, and it's still reasonable to bet he'll play at linebacker a fair amount either way.