Reshad Jones

#20 DB / Miami Dolphins / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 215 lb Age: 31 College: Georgia Bye 5

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Back practicing Tuesday

    Reshad Jones (shoulder) participated in Tuesday's mandatory minicamp, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.Head coach Brian Flores said that Jones looks like he is in shape, so it doesn't appear that the defensive back, who underwent shoulder surgery back in February, is going to be under any strict limitations. The Miami Dolphins still appear to be open to trading Jones, however, and the sign of him being healthy could help in those negotiations as summer carries on.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Dolphins seeking trade

    The Miami Dolphins are still looking to trade Reshad Jones (shoulder) if they can find a reasonable offer, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.Jones has been the subject of frequent trade rumors throughout the offseason, and that seems unlikely to change in the near future. The 31-year-old will receive over $13 million fully guaranteed in 2019 and carries a $17.2 million cap hit, severely complicating any potential deals. The team's mandatory minicamp next week should provide some additional context to the situation and also could bring an injury update as Jones recovers from February shoulder surgery.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Skipping voluntary minicamp

    Reshad Jones (shoulder) isn't present Tuesday for the start of a three-day voluntary minicamp, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.Jones showed up for the start of the offseason program a couple weeks ago and reportedly hasn't missed any team meetings. Coach Brian Flores didn't get too far into specifics when discussing the absence this week, merely saying that rehab from February shoulder surgery is one of several factors in the 31-year-old safety's decision to skip voluntary minicamp. As the highest-paid player on a rebuilding team, Jones has been a frequent subject of trade rumors this offseason, though his fully guaranteed $13.015 million base salary makes it tricky to find a deal. A trade would allow the Miami Dolphins to use Minkah Fitzpatrick as a starting safety alongside T.J. McDonald, but the team may prefer that its 2018 first-round pick take most of his snaps as a slot corner.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Shows up for offseason program

    Reshad Jones (shoulder) is in attendance for the Miami Dolphins' voluntary strength and conditioning program, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.Entering the second season of a four-year extension with his $13.015 million base salary for 2019 fully guaranteed, Jones has been mentioned as a possible trade candidate for the rebuilding Dolphins. He's still one of the better safeties in the league, but the price tag is rather hefty for a 31-year-old who is still rehabbing from surgery to repair a partially torn labrum in his shoulder. Jones' attendance at the voluntary offseason program might be taken as a hint that he expects to stay with the Dolphins for at least one more year, though it's far from a sure thing.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Gets surgery on shoulder

    Reshad Jones (leg, shoulder) recently had surgery to repair a partially torn right labrum, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.Jones played through the injury for most of 2018, only missing Weeks 3 and 4. He finished the season with three-year highs for interceptions (three) and passes defensed (nine), but he dropped off to 5.1 tackles per game after averaging at least 6.7 in each of the previous five seasons. Still regarded as one of the better safeties in the league, the 30-year-old Jones has three seasons remaining on a four-year, $48 million extension. His guaranteed 2019 base salary ensures he won't be released, but the rebuilding Miami Dolphins might look into a trade.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Caps season with pick-six

    Reshad Jones (leg) logged three tackles (one solo), one pass defended, and one interception which he returned for a touchdown before exiting Sunday's 42-17 loss to the Bills due to a leg injury.Jones intercepted rookie quarterback Josh Allen's final throw of the first half, returning it for a touchdown and allowing the Miami Dolphins to momentarily tie up the game. He then exited the season finale in the third quarter with a leg injury. The veteran played well in Miami's secondary this season, despite some disciplinary issues, and ends his season with 69 tackles, eight passes defended and two interceptions across 13 games. Jones will enter the third year of his five-year, $60 million contract in 2019, and is likely to return as one of Miami's starting safeties.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Exits game with leg injury

    Reshad Jones is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bills due to a leg injury, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.Jones sustained a leg injury during the third quarter of Sunday's contest. The veteran playmaker scored a pick-six to close out the first half, and would be a notable loss to Miami's secondary if he were unable to return. Cornell Armstrong will start at strong safety as long as Jones remains sidelined.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Expected to sit first quarter

    Reshad Jones will remain sidelined during at least the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Packers, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.Jones will sit out the beginning of Miami's game against the Packers in Week 10 as an attempt to discipline the starting safety for his decision to remove himself from a Week 9 win over the Jets. It remains to be seen whether Jones will receive a full defensive workload when he does suit up Sunday.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Will play Week 10

    Reshad Jones removed himself from Sunday's 13-6 win over the Jets, but coach Adam Gase relayed that the safety will suit up Week 10 against the Packers, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.Jones exited after playing 10 defensive snaps in the first quarter and didn't return, with his early departure not the result of any announced injury. Gase wouldn't confirm if any health concerns played a reason behind Jones' exit, but the coach's unwillingness to disclose whether Jones would be fined suggests that an injury probably wasn't in play. Whatever the reason behind Jones' premature leave Sunday, it doesn't sound like he'll miss any further game action. It's possible, however, that Jones sees his role diminish in the back half of the Miami Dolphins' schedule with rookie Minkah Fitzpatrick making his case for more snaps.

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    Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Exited Sunday's game of own volition

    Reshad Jones pulled himself out of Sunday's 13-8 win over the Jets, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.Jones' reasons for exiting the Week 9 contest remain undisclosed but Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald indicates that drama appears to be brewing in Miami's secondary room. Rookie first-round pick Minkah Fitzpatrick is expected to continue slotting into the starting lineup as long as Jones remains out. Not enough is known about Jones' situation in Miami to draw any long-term conclusions, but the two-time Pro Bowler's continued role with the Miami Dolphins appears to be in question.