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Top Dion Jordan News

  • Dion Jordan: Scores tryout with Saints

    New Orleans is hosting Jordan (knee) for a tryout Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports.

    Jordan appears to have fully recovered from the knee injury he suffered January of 2021. The veteran defensive end hasn't logged any NFL action this season, but he could have a chance to latch on with the Saints.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Leaves with knee injury

    Jordan (knee) will not return to Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    After missing last week's game against the Cardinals, Jordan will now be forced into a premature exit. The 30-year-old has registered 17 tackles (11 solo) and three sacks this season.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Green light for season finale

    Jordan (knee) will play in Sunday's game against the Seahawks, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Jordan missed last week's win over the Seahawks, but he'll return to the lineup for the season finale. The veteran defensive end has averaged 31 defensive snaps per game this year, registering 17 tackles, three sacks and a pass breakup.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Won't face Cardinals

    Jordan (knee) is inactive for Saturday's matchup against Arizona.

    Jordan was considered doubtful heading into the weekend, and it's now confirmed that the 2013 No. 3 overall draft choice will miss his third game of the season. The 30-year-old hasn't sat out since Week 2, but this development means defensive end depth is going to be depleted behind starters Arik Armstead and Kerry Hyder.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Unlikely to play Saturday

    Jordan (knee) is doubtful for Saturday's game versus the Cardinals.

    After practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday, Jordan sat out of Thursday's practice. He's on track to miss his first game since re-signing with the team ahead of Week 3. His absence leaves about 30 defensive snaps up for grabs; Dekoda Watson and Jordan Willis are candidates to see more work in Jordan's place.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Week 15 ends with injury

    Jordan (knee) is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    After fielding his first start of the 2020 campaign last Sunday in a loss to Washington, Jordan will now be forced to a premature exit. The 2013 No. 3 overall draft choice stands one sack away from equaling his career high (four), but he'll only have two more opportunities to retake the field Weeks 16 and 17 against division rivals Arizona and Seattle.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Sack on Sunday

    Jordan recorded three tackles (one solo) and a sack across 49 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to Washington.

    Jordan now has a sack in back-to-back contests after only recording one sack through the first 12 weeks of the season. Sunday also marked Jordan's highest single-game snap count of the year. Should he keep up this high level of play, look for the high rep count to remain.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Promoted to active roster

    The 49ers promoted Jordan from the practice squad to the active roster Wednesday.

    Jordan's promotion to the active roster coincides with the placement of both Nick Bosa (knee) and Solomon Thomas (knee) on injured reserve. The veteran will provide the 49ers with much-needed depth at defensive end, and he could play an immediate rotational role against the Giants on Sunday.

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  • Dion Jordan: Released by 49ers

    The 49ers released Jordan on Saturday.

    Jordan served a 10-game suspension last season and didn't make much of an impact when the Raiders signed him, as he recorded just five tackles over seven games. He was afforded plenty of opportunities, too, averaging 25.1 defensive snaps per contest.

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  • 49ers' Dion Jordan: Gets next chance in San Francisco

    Jordan agreed Friday with the 49ers on a one-year contract, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

    Joining a team that already has Nick Bosa, Dee Ford and Arik Armstead at defensive end, Jordan will merely be competing for a roster spot. The No. 3 overall pick from the 2013 NFL Draft has managed only 10.5 sacks and 50 NFL appearances to date, but he did notch a pair of sacks while playing for the Raiders over the final seven weeks of last season. Jordan turned 30 in March.

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  • Raiders' Dion Jordan: Suspension lifted

    Jordan was reinstated from his suspension Tuesday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.

    Jordan is returning from his 10-game PED suspension. He tallied 22 tackles (17 solo) with 1.5 sacks in Seattle last season and will provide depth on the Raiders defensive line.

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  • Raiders' Dion Jordan: Signed by Oakland

    Jordan (suspension) has been signed by the Raiders.

    Jordan was hit with a 10-game suspension for violating the league's PED policy, so he could be available against the Bengals in Week 11, with the Raiders having already played their Week 10 game Thursday. The roster spot for Jordan was created when safety Karl Joseph was placed on IR.

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  • Dion Jordan: Handed 10-game suspension

    Jordan was suspended for 10 games for a violation of the NFL's PED policy, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.

    Jordan, who is currently unsigned, violated the policy when he tested positive for Adderall after his therapeutic use exemption expired. The defensive end is coming off a rough 2018 campaign with Seattle, and the 10-game suspension, for which he has already lost an appeal, is certainly not going to do him any favors regarding his future in the league.

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  • Seahawks' Dion Jordan: Doesn't live up to expectations

    Jordan recorded 22 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a pass breakup in 2018.

    Jordan sat out for four games this season, and he averaged just 25 defensive snaps in the 12 games -- the most he's suited up for since his 2013 rookie campaign. The Seahawks had three defensive ends log more snaps per game than Jordan, and that will likely be a factor in whether they re-sign him for the 2019 season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 284 lbs
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA
Age: 33
School: Oregon
Experience: 7