Watch: Former Seattle Seahawk, Oregon Duck Dion Jordan working toward return to the NFL – OregonLive

Former Seattle Seahawks defensive end and Oregon Ducks star Dion Jordan is working hard for what he hope will be another chance to play in the NFL.

The former Oregon Ducks star, currently serving a 10-game suspension for taking Adderall, could be reinstated in a few weeks, according to a report. In the meantime, Jordan is working out and looking very fit. Watch.

Jordan, 29, was suspended in May for violating of the NFLs policy on performance-enhancing drugs and an arbitrator denied Jordans appeal of the suspension.

Jordan, who played for the Seattle Seahawks during the 2017 and 2018 seasons, had previously been approved by the NFL to take Adderall to treat ADHD, but his therapeutic use exemption expired. Jordan told nfl.com that he took the drug to help combat a number of difficult issues that had surfaced in his personal life.

Jordan has had problems with drugs in the past. The No. 3 pick of the 2013 NFL draft was suspended twice in 2014, resulting in him missing six games. Jordan was suspended for the entire 2015 season for multiple violations of the leagues drug policy. Jordan was reinstated by the league in 2016 after serving the one-year suspension, but knee issues prevented him from playing a down in 2016.

-- Geoffrey C. Arnold | @geoffreyCarnold

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