Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 3/87 - Jordan Hill, DT, 6-1, 303, Penn State...Considered a natural pass rusher from the interior of the defense who will compete for time as a rotational guy. - The Sports Xchange
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10/02/13 - DT Jordan Hill (hamstring) practiced Wednesday and should be ready to make his debut Sunday.
09/27/13 - DT Jordan Hill (biceps) has been ruled out for another week. "He's still another week away," Carroll said. "He couldn't go full speed in practice yet. Next week really is the week to see if he can get back. We had hoped that maybe he could make some progress, but we're just being really careful. We want to make sure he gets fully back when he returns."
09/26/13 - DT Jordan Hill (hamstring) practiced Wednesday for the first time this season.
09/17/13 - DT Jordan Hill is expected to practice for the first time since suffering a strained biceps during training camp.
09/05/13 - DT Jordan Hill (biceps) did not practice on Wednesday.
09/03/13 - DT Jordan Hill (strained biceps) is unlikely to play on Sunday.
08/19/13 - In the competition to replace the departed Alan Branch at defensive tackle, third-round draft choice Jordan Hill has jumped out in front. The Penn State product has been better than expected against the run, and remains one of Seattle's main pass-rush option from the interior of the defense on third downs. With Tony McDaniel (groin) and Jesse Williams (knee) dealing with injuries, Hill is penciled in as Seattle's starting defensive tackle next to Brandon Mebane.
04/28/13 - Along with Michael, Seattle selected Penn State defensive tackle Jordan Hill in the third round with the No. 87 overall pick. At 6-1 and 303 pounds, Hill earned first-team, All-Big 10 honors in 2012, finishing with a career-high 64 tackles, 4.5 sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss. Carroll said that Hill fills a position of need at defensive tackle, and will be used in passing situations as an interior pass rusher. "We've been trying to get more activity inside for our pass rush and all of that," Carroll said. "And this is a guy we thought was one of the best guys in the draft at creating space for himself in pass rushes." - The Sports Xchange
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 3/87 - Jordan Hill, DT, 6-1, 303, Penn State...Considered a natural pass rusher from the interior of the defense who will compete for time as a rotational guy. - The Sports Xchange
03/24/13 - 2013 Penn State Pro Day: The Penn State Nittany Lions ran their pro day out of Holuba Hall in front of 22 teams. The interesting quirk about Holuba Hall is the athletes were able to run the 40-yard dash on a slight decline, allowing for faster times. A total of 14 athletes worked out at the Penn State pro day. Jordan Hill, OL (6-1 5/8, 301) - Hill kept most of the results he posted at the combine, but did run the 40-yard dash and did the broad jump. He posted times of 5.06 and 5.02 seconds in the 40, and recorded a 9-foot-3 broad jump. He also had 30-inch vertical leap, and was worked out by a Penn State lineman coach. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com