Will The Miami Dolphins Trade Dion Jordan to the Eagles?

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Aug 9, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan (95) during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Everbank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports


I finally understand why many people enjoy celebrity gossip, as seeing rumors of unlikely NFL trades emit the same passionate emotions from me as my mother would have discussing why anyone could possibly care what the Kardashian family is doing. The first official, but completely unofficial trade rumor involving the Philadelphia Eagles has the Miami Dolphins moving on from 2013 first round pick Dion Jordan, a 6’6, 260 pound 4-3 defensive end/3-4 outside linebacker who converted from a tight end to a first-round defender courtesy of former Ducks and current Eagles head coach Chip Kelly. Since the entire rumor is based on the realm of possibility and we’re still just a month away from the new league year where any transaction could physically happen, I’m going to have some fun and play along from both perspectives.


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  • Mugshot Magoo

    DO THE DEAL…trade them Brandon Graham AND Vinny Curry and a 3rd round pick.

  • bushisamoron

    give up a 3rd conditional 2nd based on production. He is not a 4-3 DE. I think he could be had at a bargain, provided he is healthy

  • Nick D

    Where’d you get the idea for this article???

  • Ryan

    I say give up Graham and a 3rd round pick. Graham is actually a great d-end and a pick on top of him should be enough for a player that did not preform or even start last year. One thing we need on the d line is depth you can’t give up two good players and a pick for one that has done nothing and still has everything to prove.