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Draft Scout Jordan Tripp News
08/29/14 - LB Jordan Tripp, the rookie fifth-round pick from Montana, left the preseason finale against St. Louis with a chest injury and didn't return. His status is unknown.
08/17/14 - LB Jordan Tripp, the fifth-round pick from Montana, got a couple of snaps with the starters against Tampa Bay. Tripp, emerging as a core special teams player, seems to be a candidate to get snaps from scrimmage in either the goal line, nickel or perhaps base defense.
08/14/14 - LB Jordan Tripp, the rookie fifth-round pick from Montana, got work with the first team defense Thursday. Tripp, who has showed good agility and awareness, is also getting a look as one of the two linebackers in the nickel defense. Tripp will certainly be a reserve – he's not a threat to be a fulltime starter -- but he's pushing to become a top reserve.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Dolphins' picks: Round 5/171 - Jordan Tripp, LB, 6-3, 234, Montana...Tripp said he can play inside or outside, which is good because the Dolphins could use his flexibility. Tripp totaled 100 tackles and three interceptions last season. The linebackers were viewed as the weak link in the run defense so it's a bit of a mystery why the Dolphins waited so long to draft one. - The Sports Xchange
05/12/14 - The Dolphins entered the draft needing help at linebacker and being deep at wide receiver. Nevertheless they drafted one linebacker - Montana's Jordan Tripp in the fifth round - and two wide receivers, LSU's Jarvis Landry in the second round and Coastal Carolina's Matt Hazel in the sixth round. Asked what he was thinking, general manager Dennis Hickey had a simple reply. "The thinking was getting the best player, and that's how we attacked it," he said. - The Sports Xchange