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10/16/17 - S Reshad Jones had the game-clinching interception against Atlanta, catching a pass intended for TE Austin Hooper that CB Cordrea Tankersley deflected.
It was Miami's first interception of the season. The Dolphins were the last team in the NFL to record an interception.
10/15/17 - S Reshad Jones intercepted Matt Ryan at the 6-yard line on a deflection with 39 seconds left and the Dolphins defeated the Falcons 20-17 on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium after trailing 17-0 at halftime. "This was a huge win for us," said Jones, an eight-year veteran who played at the University of Georgia and is an Atlanta native. "Our defense has been playing great and it feels good to be a part of it. Now we just got to keep it going."
10/08/17 - S Reshad Jones scored on a 38-yard fumble recovery Sunday against the Titans in the first quarter. LB Kiko Alonso blitzed and caused QB Matt Cassel to fumble just as he was about to throw. Jones scooped up the ball and ran for a touchdown. Thinking it was an incomplete pass, no one gave chase. And no referee ruled touchdown right away, either. "I just kept playing," Jones said. "I saw the ball on the ground ... and I ended up with a touchdown. That's what good teams do. When the offense is not playing well, the defense has to pick up the slack."
09/25/17 - SS Reshad Jones has seemed to uncharacteristically miss tackles in the first two games, sometimes taking poor angles and other times seeming to attempt arm tackles.
Jones, who was limited to six games last year due to a shoulder injury, said the shoulder isn't an issue. "I think I'm playing solid, but I've got to do more," Jones said. "We've got to continue to win football games. It's about winning around here. I think I've just got to do more."
08/12/17 - S Reshad Jones, one of the key players on a defense that finished 29th last season, took the field for the first time since last season against Atlanta on Thursday, and although the starters only played two series he said it felt good. "It was just good to get out there and run around a little bit and get the feel back," said Jones, a 2015 Pro-Bowl choice who was limited to six games last year due to a shoulder injury. "There was no hesitation."