The Dolphins' stout run 'D' puts pressure on the secondary to make plays, as QBs are throwing it often against FS Reshad Jones and Miami.
Reshad Jones and Chris Clemons got many first-team reps at safety in Dolphins minicamp, a position that needs improvement.
After a lockout-shortened 2011 offseason, third-year players get an extra chance to make a leap in development this summer.
The Dolphins have some question marks on the front seven, but the biggest hole on Miami's defense remains at safety.
One of the biggest reasons for Miami's defensive struggles, we hear, is the play of the team's safeties, Reshad Jones and veteran Yeremiah Bell.
Chris Clemons might not be the better playmaker, but he holds the edge over Reshad Jones at free safety for the Dolphins.
While the Dolphins will return plenty of talent on defense, there is one intriguing position battle to watch to see who starts at free safety opposite Yeremiah Bell.
Fifth-round draft choice Reshad Jones, Miami's third safety, is contributing on special teams and he's destined to be "a real good player," teammate Vontae Davis says in this week's AFC East Whispers.
The Dolphins have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth more than $1.95 million with rookie FS Reshad Jones, according to a report from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The Dolphins' competition to replace Gibril Wilson, who was cut in March, as the starting free safety expanded from two to three players after the draft.