Coach Pete Carroll said Jordan will play more than 15 snaps against the Bears on Monday, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Carroll justified his limited Week 1 work by saying it was only Jordan's sixth game in over three years, and the team needs him to stay healthy for the pass rush. However, he'll likely still play second fiddle to Frank Clark (elbow), who is listed as the starter on the depth chart.
Jordan (shin) will play Sunday's season opener against the Broncos, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Jordan played in five games for the Seahawks last season, notching 18 tackles and four sacks. He'll rotate with Frank Clark at right defensive end. Since both are strong pass rushers, it's tough to project how many defensive snaps Jordan will record. The Seahawks will lean on a tough defensive front to aid their young secondary.
The Seahawks activated Jordan (shin) from the PUP list Saturday. Jordan opened training camp on the PUP list due to a stress issue in his shin. After ramping up his activity level in late August, optimism arose that he'd be ready for Week 1, and Saturday's move paves the way for an appearance to begin the season. His progress in practice this week will determine whether he's active next Sunday in Denver.
Jordan's (shin) status for Week 1 against the Broncos is unclear at this point, Brady Henderson of ESPN reports. Jordan continues to recover from a stress injury in his leg that led to his placement on the preseason PUP list in late July. It appears as though Jordan is a ways away from retaking the field for the Seahawks. Seattle has looked into adding a veteran as an insurance policy, but Carroll noted that Jordan should be ready for Week 1 if he can avoid setbacks during his recovery.
Jordan will begin training camp on the PUP list due to an undisclosed injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Jordan appeared in five games for the Seahawks last year -- his first since 2014 -- and recorded 18 tackles, including four sacks. He's looking to put in a full season in 2018, but it's been reported that he could miss a few weeks with his injury. Jordan did have knee surgery during the offseason, but head coach Pete Carroll stated that the potential starter was dealing with a new ailment. Since Jordan won't be able to take the first team reps, look for Branden Jackson and Rasheem Green to step in and look to snag the starting role for themselves.
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