DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins first-round draft pick Dion Jordan returned to practice in full pads Tuesday after having been limited since the second preseason game due to a shoulder injury.
"He looked good. I gotta watch the tape a little bit closer but he moved well, and worked on the some of the the basic fundamentals and techniques. We'll see how it looks on tape," coach Joe Philbin said following practice.
Philbin did not say how much Jordan would play, if at all, against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night in the final preseason game.
"We haven't finalized any of our playing time yet," Philbin said. "We'll see. I wouldn't rule anything out."
Late last week, Jordan said "it wouldn't be a surprise" if he missed the regular-season opener at Cleveland.
Jordan, an edge rusher from Oregon and the third overall pick in April's draft, has been hampered by a right shoulder injury. He underwent offseason surgery for a torn labrum.
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