New Orleans Saints staple and defensive lineman for eight seasons, Cameron Jordan has reportedly received a lucrative new deal from the team.
Read on to get the latest on New Orleans Saints Cameron Jordan who just reportedly agreed to a 3-year $52.5 million contract extension…
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CeleBNSports247.com has learned via ESPN’s Adam Schefter who reported that New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan agreed to a three-year, $52.5 million extension on Tuesday.
Cameron Jordan’s extension, engineered by Doug Hendrickson of @Wasserman and the Saints‘ VP of football administration Khai Harley, is a three-year, $52.5 million deal with a max of $55.5M that includes over $42 million in guaranteed money, per sources.
The eight-year NFL veteran first came to the Saints as a first-round selected player in the 2011 NFL Draft, and the new contract would further secure his career standing with the Saints. This means he will remain a Saints player until 2023.
Jordan has 71-1/2 career sacks, which ranks fourth in team history behind Rickey Jackson’s record 115 over 13 seasons in New Orleans.