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NFLDraftTags: Dion JordanPhiladelphia EaglesSharrif FloydOregon Ducks linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan, who played his college career for Chip Kelly ran a 4.53 forty-yard dash this morning in Indianapolis. He’s weighing 248 pounds right now. It was the fastest time of any defensive linemen, who has run the forty this morning in Indianapolis. Jordan is very talented and seems to fit [...](Read more...)
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NFLDraftTags: Dion JordanPhiladelphia EaglesEvery year as the NFL Combine begins and the draft draws closer, more names come out and sneak into the draft grade of top ten or solidify first round projection. This year is no different.
Dion Jordan, an Oregon “pass rusher”, is one of those guys. Jordan, who stands 6-6 and weighs in at 245 pounds...
Former University of Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan announced that he’ll undergo shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum, after the combine. He’ll take part in all the drills except the bench press at the combine. Jordan is expected to be out for 3-4 months, but he should be ready for training camp.
Dion Jordan 6-7, 248 at combine. Having surgery on torn labrum after...
Oregon defensive lineman Dion Jordan took the podium at the NFL Scouting Combine, you can check out what he had to say to the media inside.
One draft hopeful that has been linked to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the last several weeks is Oregon linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan. On Saturday Jordan announced at the NFL Scouting Combine that he'll have surgery to repair a torn labrum.
With his surgery just now taking place, Jordan is expected to be out of commission for at least three months, and maybe more. This...
8 a.m.: The NFL combine drills have reached their halfway point, and on Day 5, we’ll see defensive linemen and linebackers going through speed, agility, explosion and positional drills.
Some of the biggest freak athletes in this draft line up at defensive end and tackle, and we should see some record times from these players. BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah ran track before switching...
Chip Kelly moved Dion Jordan early in his career at Oregon from offense to defense. Now Jordan finds himself ascending up the draft charts.
Oregon defensive end/linebacker Dion Jordan announced he will have surgery to repair a torn labrum and will be down 3-4 months. That takes him out of any rookie camp, organized team activities and possible minicamp. Jordan could miss everything before training camp.
Jordan is one of the most intriguing pass rushers in the draft. He has tremendous athletic ability to go along with...
Ziggy Ansah of BYU and Dion Jordan of Oregon both had impressive workouts Monday at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Pass rushers are always at a premium, and Jordan and Ansah are viewed as two prospects who could be better in the NFL than they were in college.
"Hes obviously a guy thats talented physically," Lions coach Jim Schwartz said of Ansah, who was coached by...
Utah's Star Lotulelei who was predicted to be a lock Top 10 pick in the NFL Draft this year, will not be able to compete at the Combine due to an electrocardiogram that showed up a previously undisclosed heart condition, as reported by Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com
Lotulelei was told to seek advice from a specialist, however will still hold interviews with would be employers,...
There were quite a few defensive linemen and linebackers that saw their stock see a boost during their Combine session on Monday.
Florida DT Sharrif Floyd and Oregon DE Dion Jordan absolutely killed it. DE Ziggy Ansah of BYU and DE Magnus Hunt of SMU also had massive days, while DE Corey Lemonier of Auburn turned in a solid day. Floyd has looked like a Top 5 prospect lately,...