Written by Matthew Cannata
At his football camp earlier this week, quarterback Ryan Tannehill spoke out on losing Dion Jordan for the first four games of the 2014 season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance enhancing substances.
"I haven't talked to him," said Tannehill, who was participating in the second day of his youth bootcamp at Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines. "I'll probably talk to him here pretty soon. It's an unfortunate situation, but we're going to be looking forward to him coming back because he was a good player. I think he is getting better the longer he's here. And we're going to be excited to have him back."
Of course, it’s hard to imagine Tannehill saying anything different but you have to believe that he, along with numerous others on the team, are extremely disappointed in Jordan, especially for someone who hasn’t done a whole lot in the NFL going into his second year.
The Dolphins wll have no choice but to adapt to life without Jordan in the defensive line rotation but should have plenty of depth to make up for his loss.