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Dolphins safety Reshad Jones had a breakout season in 2012. Jones recorded over 90 tackles, and he managed to record 4 interceptions.
Jones will be soon in need of a new deal, as he is entering the last year of his contract with Miami. He believes that he can be a top safety in the NFL.
“I can only get better. I got the ball rolling in the right direction and I just told myself I want to be recognized as one of the premiere safeties in this league. I think last year I went out and showed that to the world and I just want to keep it going.”
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