This explains why Jordan was not among the players to be reinstated now that the NFL and NFLPA have reached an agreement on a new drug policy.
Jordan will obviously have to serve the final two games of his four-game suspension.
Jordan, 24, was suspended four games for violating the NFL’s performance enhancing substance policy, but the reports didn’t come out until early July.
He still has three years remaining on his four-year, $20.572 million contract. Last year, Jordan played 339 snaps for the Dolphins and recorded 26 tackles and two sacks over the course of 16 games.