Jordan Senn grew up in Beaverton, Oregon where he started playing football from a young age. The aggression and contact of the game were some of the many things that he enjoyed as well as forming lifelong bonds with teammates that he still keeps in touch with to this day.
Senn made the jump from playing running back and safety to linebacker in his senior season of high school. The recommendation came from his high school coach and turned out to be a great move as Senn eventually made it to the NFL as a linebacker.
Senn entered into the League as an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts. He enjoyed his time with the Colts and took advantage of the opportunity to play under head coach Tony Dungy and alongside teammates Peyton Manning and Jeff Saturday. Senn mentioned his NFL experience was tough, but he always came in with the mindset of finding ways to make the team better.
After retiring from the NFL, Senn decided to go back to school. He didn’t know what to expect but used that opportunity to take classes in the field of science as he was always interested in that subject. Senn mentioned the transition was tough but thankfully, he had a support system to get him through.