Both Jordan and the Dolphins are reportedly prepared to move forward and have him serve his suspension for violating the NFL’s performance enhancing substance policy.
Jordan is battling for playing time, despite the fact that Miami traded up to No. 3 overall for him last year. As things stand right now, the Dolphins will likely start Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon at defensive in their base sets with Jordan being worked in as a rotational player once his suspension is over.
Jordan, 24, still has three years remaining on his four-year, $20.572 million contract. He played just 339 snaps for the Dolphins last season, according to Pro Football Focus and totaled 26 tackles and two sacks over the course of 16 games.