Reshad Jones is coming off of a season that many felt was deserving of a Pro Bowl selection. In his third year in the NFL, Jones had a career-year in 2012 and was the biggest playmaker on the defensive side of the ball for the Dolphins. This season, Jones may need to be just as good, if not better for a Miami secondary widely considered to be the weakest defensive link.
Jones led Miami with 4 interceptions in 2012. (Photo: PhinPhanatic)
Jones is coming off of a season in which he finished with 94 combined tackles, good for fourth on the team. Jones also finished with a sack, four tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and team-highs with two fumble recoveries and four interceptions.
Jones has always been a good cover safety, but showed improvement against the run last season. Jones will need to once again be strong against the pass as Miami has to face the pass-happy NFC South, Tom Brady and the Patriots twice, not to mention Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts, who to...