"Five yards is my life!" - Don Shula to a referee who had told Shula to quit arguing, that the penalty he just called was only five yards
Did anyone actually confirm that indeed Dion Jordan hurt his shoulder?
They cant. Why? Because they never discussed it with the media.
They assumed based on him not playing and Ireland being out on the field showing arm, range of motion movements.
Has anyone ever considered that the Dolphins put one over on everyone and saw all they needed to see of him in the first two games and decided to hide him and teach him in the bubble?
I never once saw Jordan show anything on the sidelines of the Jax game that showed he was injured at all. Even after he stuffed that draw play. Suddenly, two days later, Jordan isnt on the field. The media does its usually panting to be the first to tweet it and retweet it over and over.
Must be he hurt his shoulder again. Must be. But they cannot say with any idea of real truth. They are guessing or are being told inside info that is crap.
Philbin said has picked up everything and all he needs is reps. You will be seeing alot of Dion in a few weeks. His shoulder must really have been hurt before....not. At least not as much as the media makes it out to be.
We need this dude. I have no doubt he'll be a beast for us
another point. Its a little suspiscious that Dion is no longer practicing right about the same time that practices are shut off from the public and media.
Great to see he is back but as far as I'm concerned he can sit until the bye if that's what it takes to get him healthly. He could be our premier pass rusher for the next 8-10 years. No reason to adle him with a chronic injury by rushing this. If they guy is a bust (which I don't think he will be) it doesn't matter if he sits out some - nothing lost. The cost/benefit demands we keep the guy out of action until fully healed. Fans are impatient but I hope the coaches keep a level head. I don't want to see another 1st rounder burnt out like how Sparano handled Longs knee / arm etc.