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Police close probe of Saints' Jordan, don't plan to file charges

Police say they've concluded an investigation of a night club incident involving New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan and do not plan to file any charges "at this time." New Orleans Police spokesman Tyler Gamble says detectives have forwarded their findings to the Orleans Parish District Attorney's office for review. In early September, police released a report in which...
Via Associated Press
September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Just how good is Cameron Jordan?

The NFL world was woken up yesterday by a tale of two Cams:  NFC South Pro Bowlers Cameron Jordan and Cam Newton were both awarded with big contract extensions within hours of each other, keeping both former first round picks in the division through the 2020 season. Jordan, who will be only 26 years old next month, should welcome this news, as six of his 29 career sacks have come...
Via cover32
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints agree to five-year deal

By David Kenyon The New Orleans Saints and defensive end Cameron Jordan have agreed to a five-year contract, per Fox Sports NFL Insider Mike Garafolo. Big move in New Orleans, as Saints + DE Cam Jordan have agreed to a 5-year extension worth up to $60 million, source tells @FOXSports1 — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) June 2, 2015 Garafolo notes that the deal offers $33.8 million...
Via Sportsnaut
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Jordan Cameron to undergo NFL concussion protocol

Jordan Cameron was forced to leave the Clevealnd Browns’ 23-13 victory after taking an illegal shot to the head when Brian Hoyer stretched him out on a completion. Cameron didn’t get up right away and eventually underwent concussion tests, which wasn’t much of a surprise after seeing the shot. “Jordan going down after he made some big plays for us, we felt like the was...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Preview: Best players in the NFC South

The NFC South has been one of the most competitive division over the past decade. No team has won it in back to back years. This division is diverse. If one wants high flying offense, just look to the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons. If one wants dominant defense, just look to the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There is plenty of star power on both sides of the...
Via isportsweb.com
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints DE Cameron Jordan named top-5 in NFL, Nos. 11-20 revealed

When cover32 released its list of the top 10 defensive ends in the NFL today, there were some people angry about their favorite team’s top pass rusher not making the list. It made for a bit of spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article. And it also begged another question: How close was Mr. Irate Fan’s DE to making the list? To provide an answer, the editors...
Via cover32 - Saints
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Cam Jordan to stay in New Orleans

After his stellar 2013 campaign there was no question that the Saints would make it a priority to keep Cameron Jordan in the Bayou for the forseeable future. However, when he tweeted this out Monday morning fans questioned if there was some sort of discord between this defensive force-of-nature and the team: Starting to think it's time to move… — cameron jordan (@camjordan94...
Via cover32 - Saints
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Saints Exercise DE Cameron Jordan’s Fifth-Year Option

  Field Yates of ESPN.com reports that the Saints have exercised DE Cameron Jordan‘s fifth-year option. The fifth-year option will cost the Saints $6.969 million, which is a very reasonable rate if Jordan continues to perform at the level he did in 2013. Jordan, 24, still has one year remaining on his rookie contract and will make $1,429,282 for the 2014 season. Last year,...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: New Orleans Saints solidify offensive line, Jordan makes the defense elite

A few important odds and ends were tied up this week, so let’s take a look at the week that was for the New Orleans Saints: New Orelans Saints - The Saints made another big move to solidify their offensive line. (READ) - MAILBAG: Travis Dauro looks at the Saints weaknesses on both sides of the ball. (READ) - Will Osgood explains why Cameron Jordan will make the Saints defense...
Via cover32 - Saints
March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

As Cam Jordan comes into his own, the New Orleans Saints become elite

Cameron Jordan’s third NFL season saw him earn his first Pro Bowl bid in what many analysts thought was a good enough year-long effort to earn at least a few Defensive Player of the Year votes. He was the hands down defensive leader for the New Orleans Saints. His second season in 2012 was a great improvement over his rookie campaign when he rarely ever found his way anywhere near...
Via cover32 - Saints
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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