The Buffalo Bills’ offensive line was plagued by injuries early in training camp, thus on July 25, Jordan Simmons was signed by the organization. He didn’t stay in Buffalo for very long.
Simmons was let go following the Bills’ exhibition match against the Indianapolis Colts. Guard Jordan Simmons, a free agent, was born on July 15, 1994, and plays for the American football team.
At Southern California University, he participated in collegiate football. Simmons was reared in Inglewood, California, where he also attended Crespi Carmelite High School and Susan Miller Dorsey High School.
As a senior, Simmons led the football squad for the Celts and was the second-best offensive line prospect in the nation and a five-star recruit.
On April 29, 2017, the Oakland Raiders acquired Simmons. On September 4, 2017, he was re-signed to the team’s practice squad after being released at the conclusion of training camp.
Simmons spent the entire 2017 campaign with the Raiders’ practice squad before signing a reserve/future deal on January 2, 2018, but he was released from his contract on September 1, 2018, after the conclusion of training camp.
Jordan Simmons, a sixth-year lineman, was one of the few bright spots for the Bills’ line. On 26 pass-blocking snaps, he recorded a prospective pass-blocking grade of 86.8, remaining undefeated in pass protection.