Why would this be putting him at one position? WADR, I don't think you quite understand the nature of our defense and the position involved. Using Jordan as the SAM hybrid (but flipped to the right side) DOES take advantage of his versatility. That's the whole point. He has the athleticism to play the position in base defense [which he can also rush & blitz from], and then in nickel he moves to DE to get after the QB. This is what he's meant for. What you are recommending is the true disservice b/c sticking him at end full time is what would actually reduce his versatility. The role of the RDE in our base defense is not that of a pass rusher; it's closer in responsibility to 3-4 end than traditional 4-3 rush end. Generally speaking, I don't know how many times posters have to keep pointing this out about our defense for the forum to finally catch on. It's getting a little annoying. What you're essentially arguing as that guys like Von Miller, Clay Matthews, and Aldon Smith are better served as a down defensive end in base D and nickel. BTW, this isn't a future 280 pounder. Not sure why you're inflating his stature to that.