DAVIE–Dion Jordan, the biggest draft bust in Miami Dolphins history, won’t be making his comeback anytime soon.
Miami released him this spring after four empty seasons, and he landed with the Seahawks hoping to make their roster. That process isn’t off to a good start. He has yet to take the field for Organized Team Activities or minicamp.
According to Seattle coach Pete Carroll, Jordan underwent additional knee surgery after signing in April. There’s now concern about whether he’ll be available when training camp opens next month.
“We were fixing what happened before,” Carroll told reporters Tuesday. “He didn’t get hurt here. He came to us needing a clean-up on his knee. He didn’t know that at the time. We uncovered it.”
Jordan, 27, was the No. 3 overall pick of the 2013 draft. He’s played 26 career games, the last being in 2014.
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