The Dolphins’ 2014 first-round pick is getting ready for his third NFL season and says he’s 100 percent healthy after missing the last nine games of last season with a toe injury.
We play five questions with Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
The safety enjoyed a banner 2015 season, as he earned his first Pro Bowl invitation after leading the Dolphins with 135 tackles and five interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns.
The cornerback, who was one of the best cornerbacks in college football during his days at the University of Oregon, tore his ACL in December during a Ducks practice in preparation for their BCS semifinal matchup against Florida State.
The event honoring Little, which included the unveiling of a plaque at Booker T. Washington High School in Miami that will stay at the school permanently, was the 102nd Hometown Hall of Famer ceremony.