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.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Jordan (knee) will be a game-time decision for Saturday's game against the Cowboys, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Jordan continues to manage a significant knee injury. The veteran defensive end sat out last week's win over the Cardinals in an attempt to get healthy for the NFC wild-card round, but his availability for Saturday's upcoming contest remains murky at best. If Jordan were unable to suit up, Branden Jackson would once again see a slight uptick in snaps.
Jordan (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Jordan will remain sidelined with Seattle having already clinched a playoff berth, and focus on getting healthy. Branden Jackson could see a small uptick in snaps as long as Jordan misses time.
Jordan (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Jordan played through his knee issue during last week's win over the Chiefs, and played a key role in securing Seattle's playoff berth. The Seahawks have little at stake Week 17, so the team could elect to sit Jordan and allow him to get healthy for the postseason.
Jordan logged five tackles (four solo), one sack and one forced fumble during Sunday's 38-31 win over the Chiefs. Jordan posted his first full sack of the season during Sunday's primetime win, and he also managed to force a fumble that was recovered by Seattle and led to a touchdown. The veteran defensive end has battled injuries this season while recording 22 tackles and 1.5 sacks across 12 games, but he's been a critical rotational piece during Seattle's run to the postseason.