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Dolphins refuse to address Dion Jordan's status

Dion Jordan's frustrating Miami Dolphins career appears to be taking another turn toward the peculiar.

Just days after Jordan skipped the team's voluntary workout program, the Dolphins' brass sidestepped all questions about the former No. 3 overall pick during Friday's pre-draft press conference.

As you can see, local scribes were left with the distinct impression that there's more to the story than a simple no-show for voluntary workouts.

The inference is that the Dolphins are shopping Jordan in advance of next week's draft.

It's fair to question if Jordan will bring anything more than a mid-round pick in return. A thin-framed pass rusher without an NFL position to date, Jordan is also one more failed drug testaway from a lengthy suspension.

Perhaps Chip Kelly will take a flier on another one of his former Oregon Ducks stars. The Eagles were reported to be hot on Jordan's trail last offseason.

The latest Around The NFL Podcast conducts a redraft of the 2014 NFL Draft before chatting about this year's event with Daniel Jeremiah. Find more Around The NFL content on NFL NOW.

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