Jason Jordan underwent neck surgery in February and has been off of television ever since, and it doesn't sound like the former Raw Tag Team Champion is returning any time soon.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Jordan's post-neck surgery situation "is worse than expected," and he won't be coming back "at the present time." So those past reports about Jordan being on the verge of returning can now be thrown out the door, it seems.
On another note, Dean Ambrose could be back at any time, per the WON, with speculation that he could team up with Seth Rollins to go up against Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. So one major WWE superstar is on the verge of returning, though we don't know when to expect Jordan back.
Jordan was introduced as the storyline son of Raw general manager Kurt Angle last year, and received a big push in the tag team division. After Ambrose suffered a torn triceps injury last December, Jordan joined The Shield and became Rollins' tag team partner, and they'd go on to win the Raw Tag Team Championships.
But after costing The Shield a match at on the Feb. 5, 2018, episode of Monday Night Raw, Angle angrily told Jordan to "go home." Jordan would then undergo neck surgery, and he hasn't returned since.
It's anybody's guess what will happen with Jordan when he returns to WWE programming. Though he was being pushed as a babyface, Jordan often received massive boos and negative reactions from the crowd, so the creative team could decide to turn him heel.
There were also rumors that Jordan would get involved in a storyline feud with Angle. But for now, the only worry is that Jordan's recovery will go smoothly and that he'll be back in the ring sooner rather than later.