The No. 3 overall pick in 2013 -- by the previous administration -- has spent the majority of the past two seasons as a situational pass rusher and linebacker in a speed package. In 26 games he has 46 tackles and three sacks.
Jordan's first career start came in last season's finale when he filled in as the strong-side linebacker. Many scouts believe the 6-foot-6, 275 pound Jordan would thrive in a linebacker role rather than defensive end.
"Obviously he's a great pressure player in the front seven, a great athlete. We all see the play last year where he's running 60 yards down-field covering Calvin Johnson. There aren't many people on the planet that can do those things," Tannenbaum said. "He's a young athletic guy with great upside and we'll see how that plays out."
If they do fortify that position, it could continue to leave Jordan with no true spot. The 25-year-old continues to see himself as a pass rusher, even though his film shows he might be more productive at linebacker.
Considering the Dolphins traded up to pick Jordan at No. 3 overall, not being able to figure out how to get him on the field is a huge indictment of the coaching staff and the player.