Near the end of March, the Seahawks signed two new additions to their team. Dion Jordan as a defensive end, and Luke Joeckel as a left tackle. Dion Jordan Luke Joeckle is attempting to come back full force after an ACL injury last season while playing for the Jaguars.
However, Dion Jordan has not played in the NFL since 2014 due to many different factors. At that time Dion Jordan was playing for the Dolphins having trouble in his career such as substance abuse, knee injury, and even being suspended for all of 2015 seasons.
who played at Oregon, was in only 26 games for Miami with 46 handles and three sacks in two seasons. For where he was chosen, it’s not a move that has worked out, according to Mike Tannenbaum, the Dolphins’ official VP of football operations. That is entirely self-evident. The Seahawks are without a doubt marking Jordan to a safe arrangement, likely for one year, trying to restore his vocation. If he can, the Seahawks imagine Jordan as a conceivable fit at strongside linebacker. The Dolphins planned to play him as outside linebacker in their 4-3 barrier last season had Jordan been stable.
Seattle has a questionable strongside linebacker circumstance right now with last year’s starter, Mike Morgan, staying unsigned. Seattle marked three linebackers as free agents. And Pete Carroll said at the team gatherings that Michael Wilhoite and Terence Garvin could each contend at SLB. Seattle may consider Jordan to be ready to play SLB on early downs and rushing downs, a similar role as that of Bruce Irvin when he was with the Seahawks.
Doug Hendrickson represents Dion Jordan, who also represents Marshawn Lynch and Michael Bennett, among others. Furthermore, as Pelissero noted last May, Jordan has also been working out in the Bay Area with Tareq Azim, who is training with Lynch and is close with Tom Cable, Seattle offensive lineman.
Pelissero explains that Jordan passed a physical with the Seahawks. Last December, the Dolphins marked Jordan as being unfit to play after having surgery to repair a knee issue.
Fifth-rounder Luke Willson is the only on left for the Seahawks from their 11-man 2013 draft class. However, they have now added four of the leading 61 general picks since March. Those players being Joeckel, Jordan, linebacker Arthur Brown 56 and running back Eddie Lacy 61.