The draft history behind the Miami Dolphins and Jordan Phillips

When the Miami Dolphins selected Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips in the second round of the NFL Draft, new anecdotes were set in franchise history and some anecdotes were revised and updated. The following information comes to us courtesy of the Miami Dolphins Public Relations Department.When the Dolphins selected Jordan Phillips with a pick the team acquired by trading...
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May 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Dolphins take Oklahoma nose tackle Phillips in 2nd round

DAVIE, Fla. (AP) The Miami Dolphins have selected Oklahoma nose tackle Jordan Phillips in the second round of the NFL draft. The Dolphins made the choice Friday after trading down five picks to No. 52 overall. They gave the Eagles the 47th overall pick and acquired two additional fifth-round picks. Phillips becomes a potential protege for All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh,...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins select defensive tackle Jordan Phillips in second round

After trading down with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Miami Dolphins drafted defensive tackle Jordan Phillips. Here is the scouting report of Phillips, courtesy of Jeff Hyde (@Jeff__Hyde). Certainly, this wasn't a need position but probably was the best player available on the Dolphins' draft board. Jordan Phillips, simply put, is a natural athlete. There are rumors about Phillips...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Phillips isn't the perfect NFL prospect, but his size speaks loudly

At 6-foot-5, 329 pounds, former Oklahoma nose tackle Jordan Phillips has the sheer size to make NFL general managers drool.The same can't quite said of retired NFL defensive end Stephen White, who broke down Phillips' game film from the 2014 season for SB Nation. White provides his take on what attributes make Jordan attractive, but also what might hold him back once he's playing...
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April 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Defensive Tackle Jordan Phillips met with the Dolphins on pre-draft visit

The Miami Dolphins visited with Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips as part of their pre-draft routine. Phillips recorded 39 total tackles with two sacks in 2014. Of those 39 tackles, seven of them came behind the line of scrimmage for a loss of yards.According to Jeff Hyde (Twitter: @Jeff__Hyde), an analyst for the PhinManiacs Draft Guide, Phillips has impressive size, making...
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April 04, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 NFL Draft Player Profiles: Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips

As we delve further into the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, our attention has begun to shift towards the draft. Like we’ve done all offseason; these reports will cover the prospects of the 2015 NFL Draft, placing an emphasis on those who could help the Steelers the most. With nose tackle not a glaring need, there won’t […] 2015 NFL Draft Player Profiles: Oklahoma NT Jordan Phillips...
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March 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Sooners DL Jordan Phillips With the Fat Guy Play of the Day

There are certain things that are just beautiful on a football field. There's the cheerleaders of course, and a well placed touchdown pass or a juke that leaves a defender clutching  air, but there is nothing more beautiful on a football field than a fat guy scoring a touchdown.Oklahoma's Jordan Phillips almost did that.@SBNationGIF/TwitterRead more »
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September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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