Written by Luis Sung | Twitter: @FLSportDebater
Negotiations between the NFL and the NFL Player's Association are ongoing that may see several suspensions that had been handed down earlier lifted, including those belonging to defensive end Dion Jordan and safety Reshad Jones.
NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith is aiming to reverse the suspensions handed down under the old drug policies, and the new agreement would make it work so that rather than getting suspended for the first positive drug test (assuming it isn't a PED), the player would go through counseling and more frequent tests.
If DeMaurice Smith gets his way, and assuming Jones and Jordan didn't take any drugs that would be under the new PED policy, Jones and Jordan will be forced to go through the NFL's substance abuse program, but their four-game suspension will be lifted.
It's possible that this agreement gets announced before the game tomorrow against New England, and if everything goes Miami's way, Jordan and Jones will more than likely be active and will be able to help the team fight against their biggest division rival.