Thomas, who wants a long-term extension, was placed on the reserve/did not report list on Friday. He missed his fifth day of training camp Tuesday.
Asked if there had been any communication between management and the six-time Pro Bowl safety, Carroll said “no,” per the Seattle Times.
Thomas, who has vowed to stay away from the club until he gets a new contract, is entering the final season of a four-year, $40 million deal he signed in 2014.
Jordan, who is still recovering from offseason knee surgery, is dealing with what Carroll termed a “stress issue” on his other leg.
“He’s going to be a while,” said Carroll. “The word is it’s going to be a while. He’s got a little bit of healing to do so it’s going to be a while.”
According to the NFL Network, Jordan is dealing with a stress reaction in his shin. The report also noted that Jordan no longer is in the league’s substance abuse program.
The No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Jordan has appeared in only five games over the past three seasons — all with Seattle in 2017. He had four sacks and forced a fumble in those five games without starting any of them.
Jordan missed all of the 2015 and 2016 seasons because of a suspension and a knee injury, and has had at least two previous knee surgeries.