Hill (undisclosed) was placed on IR Sunday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Hill reportedly had been having a strong camp, which makes the injury designation sting that much worse. The Lions haven't publicly stated what Hill's dealing with, but we should know soon. With Hill out, Jeremiah Ledbetter and Ego Ferguson figure to climb the depth chart.
Hill signed with the Lions on Monday.
Hill, a third-round pick in 2013, split time last season between the Seahawks, Jaguars, and Redskins, making four appearances in total. Although his career numbers are mostly underwhelming, the defensive tackle posted 5.5 sacks in 2014 and will look to regain similar form in Detroit.
Hill (calf) won't play in Sunday's game against Indianapolis.
Hill was held out of practice all week and will be missing his second straight game due to his calf injury. Sen'Derrick Marks and Sheldon Day figure to see extra snaps once again with Hill out.
Hill has been ruled out of Saturday's contest against the Texans due to a calf injury.
Hill hasn't practiced all week after injuring his calf in Week 15. The severity of his injury remains unclear and his status for Week 17 is uncertain as well. Sen'Derrick Marks and Sheldon Day may see some extra time with Hill sidelined.
The Jaguars claimed Hill off waivers Monday, The Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion reports.
Hill was scooped up by Washington after Seattle released him from its injured reserve mid-October, but the Redskins elected to part ways with Hill on Saturday in order to sign a long snapper. Now in Jacksonville, Hill joins a defensive tackle group already five-deep at the position.
Hill was released by the Redskins on Saturday, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Hill signed with Washington in early November after parting ways with Seattle, but hasn't played in a single game this season due to a hamstring injury. The Redskins needed his roster spot in order to sign long snapper Rick Lovato.
Hill signed a contract with Washington on Tuesday, Stephen Czarda of Redskins.com reports.
The move comes after the team moved tight end Niles Paul (shoulder) to injured reserve Tuesday. The defensive lineman was released by the Seahawks a little less than a month ago after reaching an injury settlement with the team. The former third-round pick from 2013 will expect to compete for reserve reps with Ziggy Hood and may even get an opportunity to start once he learns the playbook. Last season with the Seahawks, Hill recorded 24 tackles and one pass deflection in 10 games.
Hill (groin) was waived from the Seahawks' IR on Saturday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
Hill had been on IR since prior to the regular season and he's now eligible to be signed by any NFL team. He's a talented inside pass rusher when healthy, which has proven to be an issue to this point in his career. It's unclear if he's healthy enough to play this season, if so another team may look to give him a chance.
Hill (groin, hamstring) was placed on injured reserve by the Seahawks.
The injury-prone Hill entered camp as a starting defensive tackle. He'll likely be brought back later this season. Rookie Jarran Reed won the job while Hill was sidelined.
The Seahawks announced a several of roster moves on Tuesday, according to the Everett Herald. The team placed defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve with a calf injury. In a corresponding move, Seattle signed defensive back Steven Terrell off the practice squad to fill Hill's roster spot. Defensive tackle Jimmy Staten was also signed to the practice squad.
Hill played in 13 games, recording 19 tackles, 5.5 sacks and an interception.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said second-year defensive tackle Jordan Hill suffered a severe calf pull over the weekend and is "not going to make it" for Saturday's divisional playoff game against the Panthers, reports 710 ESPN Radio.
Hill played in 13 games, recording 19 tackles, 5.5 sacks and an interception.
Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill will not return Week 17 against the Rams.
Hill is dealing with a left knee injury. He was removed from the contest, and looked at by trainers on the sideline before the decision was made. Hill was credited with one tackle and half of a sack before leaving the game. After the game, the team announced Hill is dealing with a knee sprain.
Seahawks starting nose tackle Brandon Mebane has a torn hamstring and is out for the season, reports Fox Sports. Mebane got hurt in Sunday's win over the Giants, with coach Pete Carroll saying Monday that Mebane would be out for "a while."
The devastating blow means Seattle will give increased snaps to six-time Pro Bowler Kevin Williams and second-year pro Jordan Hill.
Seahawks offensive stars Marshawn Lynch and Doug Baldwin are active Week 10 against the Giants.
Both players came into the game listed as probable. Lynch is dealing with a calf injury. Baldwin has a groin issue. The team will also have Michael Bennett, Jordan Hill, Russell Okung, O'Brien Schofield and Max Unger. All five players were also listed as probable coming into the contest.
Marcus Burley and Byron Maxwell should play as well. They were both listed as questionable. Burley is dealing with a hamstring injury, Maxwell has a calf issue.
Guard Stephen Schilling is the only doubtful player who is active for the game.
The Seahawks have ruled out Zach Miller (ankle) and Bobby Wagner (toe) for Week 10 against the Giants. James Carpenter (ankle), Stephen Schilling (knee), Kam Chancellor (groin) and Malcolm Smith (groin) all missed practice Friday and were deemed doubtful for Sunday.
Marcus Burley (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice, while Byron Maxwell (calf) was a full participant Friday. Both were deemed questionable.
The following players were labeled probable: Russell Okung (calf), Doug Baldwin (groin), Max Unger (rest), O'Brien Schofield (head), Michael Bennett (toe), Marshawn Lynch (calf) and Jordan Hill (ankle).
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said on his weekly Monday radio show on ESPN 710 Seattle he expects "six, seven" players that sat out Week 9 vs. Oakland to return Week 10 against the Giants.
Carroll is anticipating Max Unger, Jeremy Lane and Jordan Hill to be back Sunday. He also added Kam Chancellor and Russell Okung should be back after suffering muscle strains in practice last week.
Lastly, Carroll said Byron Maxwell "might" make it back for Week 10, but tight end Zach Miller will not play. It will be the sixth straight game Miller will miss since undergoing ankle surgery in late September.
The Seahawks have listed S Jeron Johnson, CB Byron Maxwell, LB Malcolm Smith, LB Bobby Wagner, LT Russell Okung, TE Zach Miller and DT Jordan Hill as inactive Week 9 against the Raiders.
Okung came into the game questionable due to a calf injury. He will not play. The other six players listed were ruled out prior to Sunday.
The Seahawks have ruled out six players for their Week 9 game against the Raiders. Included are linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), strong safety Jeron Johnson (concussion), corneback Byron Maxwell (calf), linebacker Malcolm Smith (not injury related) and tight end Zach Miller (ankle).
The Seahawks have listed LB Bobby Wagner, TE Zach Miller , CB Byron Maxwell, OL Max Unger, DT Jordan Hill, WR Bryan Walters and OL Andrew McDonald as inactive Week 8 against the Panthers.
McDonald is the only player on the list that wasn't ruled out prior to Sunday. He appears to be a healthy scratch.
The lengthy injury report released by the Seahawks on Friday for the Sunday game at Carolina has only ruled-out players and probables.
There are no surprises in either designation. All those who are out did not practice this week. That group consists of fullback Derrick Coleman (foot), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), cornerback Byron Maxwell (calf), tight end Zach Miller (ankle), center Max Unger (foot), linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe) and wideout Bryan Walters (concussion).
The probables are defensive end Michael Bennett (toe), strong safety Kam Chancellor (ankle), cornerback Tharold Simon (ankle), running back Robert Turbin (shoulder) and tight end Luke Willson (groin).