NFL Suspends Dion Jordan for 2015 Season

It appears that Dion Jordan hasn’t learned his lesson yet. After being suspended without pay for four games last season, the Miami Dolphins defensive end will be suspended for the entire 2015 season due to another violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. ESPN’s Adam Schefter’s provided us with more on Jordan’s suspension.

Schefter also told us that Jordan will not appeal his suspension, meaning he won’t get a chance to play in 2015. Jordan didn’t fail his drug test, but the NFL found out that one of the samples he sent was diluted. The NFL as you can see didn’t take to kindly to that.

Per Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins had been trying to trade Jordan since March and were nearing a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on a potential trade. That is now out of the question due to Jordan’s suspension.

Jordan has been a huge disappointment in his NFL career thus far, as he has three career sacks after two years in the NFL with the Dolphins. It’s especially disappointing from them, since they traded up for Jordan in the 2013 NFL Draft. The Dolphins also gave up their 1st and 2nd rounders for Jordan as well.

Like The Game Day Report on Facebook

[twitter-follow screen_name='TheGD_Report'show_count='yes']

Published by Tony Montalto

Twitter: @montalto_tony

%d bloggers like this: