• Dion Jordan will miss 3-4 months after shoulder surgery

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Feb 24, 2013
    Potential Eagles draft prospect Dion Jordan, a pass rusher from Oregon, will miss 3-4 months because of shoulder surgery. Oregon pass-rusher Dion Jordan won’t be available to teams for three to four months, as he’s scheduled to have surgery next week in Los Angeles to repair a shoulder problem. “Dion’s just a special guy in my heart,” Kelly said. Oregon Duck DE/OLB Dion Jordan is a player who has been tied to the Jets in a number of mock drafts leading into the NFL Combine, and accoring to MLive.com, Jordan told a reporter that most of the teams who have shown interest and interviewed him were 3-4 teams. It makes sense. Stanford's quarterback Andrew Luck takes a hit from Oregon's defensive end Kenny Rowe, left and Oregon's defensive end Dion Jordan in the second half of their NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, in Eugene, Ore. There is uncertainty about how the Eagles pass rushers will translate to the defense, which has yet to be announced but will almost assuredly include elements of the 3-4. INDIANAPOLIS - The Eagles have enough positions of need that selecting the best available player at No. 4 in April's draft likely will fill a weak spot on the roster.
    • Dion Been Interviewed by Many 3-4 Teams

      Oregon Duck DE/OLB Dion Jordan is a player who has been tied to the Jets in a number of mock drafts leading into the NFL Combine, and accoring to MLive.com, Jordan told a reporter that most of the teams who have shown interest and interviewed him were 3…
    • Potential Eagles target Dion Jordan to undergo surgery, be sidelined 3-4 months

      Potential Eagles draft prospect Dion Jordan, a pass rusher from Oregon, will miss 3-4 months because of shoulder surgery. Jordan is expected to undergo surgery after he leaves the Scouting Combine to rectify a labrum injury sustained in the middle of la…
      Source: philly.com
  • If the Eagles target a pass rusher, there are plenty to choose from

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Eagles have enough positions of need that selecting the best available player at No. 4 in April's NFL Draft will likely fill a weak spot on the roster, with one area to bolster a pass rush that recorded only 30 sacks last season.
    Source: philly.com

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