Jason Jordan hasn't appeared on WWE television since Feb. 5 due to a neck injury. According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, Jordan's injury is worse than initially feared and he's not due back on television in the near future.
Jordan underwent "minimally evasive" neck surgery in February and was expected to be back following WrestleMania. Prior to the injury, the former Alpha Male took the place of Dean Ambrose as the third Shield member with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. Jordan and Rollins won the tag team titles from The Bar on Christmas, but lost them back to Sheamus and Cesaro at the Royal Rumble. Despite appearing in the match, Jordan was not involved in any physicality, immediately tagging out once he tagged in.
Raw general manager Kurt Angle sent Jordan home after he cost Reigns and Rollins the tag titles on the Feb. 5 edition of Raw. Video of that segment can be seen above. Jordan is portrayed as Angle's son on television and was the first man to win the Raw and SmackDown tag team titles.
He was reportedly backstage at Raw on May 7.