SEATTLE — Dion Jordan’s comeback bid is on the verge of becoming a reality. The Seattle Seahawks are expected to activate Jordan ahead of Thursday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, a source confirmed to ESPN. It would mark the defensive end’s first game since 2014. Jordan’s agent, Doug Hendrickson, congratulated his client on Twitter. Jordan, the third overall pick in 2013, became one of the bigger draft disappointments in recent years when his career never got on track with the Miami Dolphins. He started only one of 26 games over his first two seasons while recording three sacks then was suspended for the 2015 season after another violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. He had previously been suspended twice in 2014, first for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances and then for a violation of the substance abuse policy. The Dolphins released Jordan after he missed the 2016…

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