Cam Jordan

Cam Jordan

All-Pro Defensive End

Cam Jordan is a current defensive end in the NFL, who has spent his entire career with the New Orleans Saints (2011-present). A 7-time Pro Bowler and First-Team All-Pro in 2017, Jordan was named to the NFL’s 2010’s All-Decade Team. 

Jordan was drafted 24th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2011 NFL Draft. Through 11 seasons in the NFL, Jordan has recorded 107.0 sacks, 13 forced fumbles and 1 defensive touchdown.

Jordan attended the University of California at Berkeley from 2007-2010. He finished his collegiate career with 175 tackles and 34.0 tackles for loss. Jordan was named First-Team All-Pac-10 after his senior season in 2010. 

Jordan was raised in Chandler, Arizona, as the son of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Steve Jordan. Cam Jordan was a two-sport athlete in football and track & field at Chandler High School.  He earned All-State honors as a football player and also captured the state title in discus during his senior year at Chandler. 

Jordan is set to begin his 12th NFL season with the New Orleans Saints in 2022.

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Cam’s Corner: Best Sacks of NFL Week 4

The 33rd Team analyst and Saints’ pass rusher Cam Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 4, with a nod to his half sack with teammate Marcus Davenport against the Minnesota Vikings. Jordan also previews the Saints’ matchup against the red-hot Seahawks offense.

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Cam’s Corner: Best Sacks of Week 3

The 33rd Team analyst and Saints’ pass rusher Cam Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 3, including a salute to Aaron Donald for joining the 100-sack club. Jordan also breaks down what went wrong in their loss to the Panthers.

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Cam’s Corner: Best Sacks from Week 2

New Orleans Saints pass rusher Cam Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 2, including Cowboys LB Micah Parsons’ usage of speed and power to take down Bengals QB Joe Burrow.

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Cam’s Corner: Best Sacks From Week 1

New Orleans Saints pass rusher Cam Jordan might not be a full-time media member just yet (Atlanta coach Arthur Smith can keep dreaming), but the seven-time Pro Bowl player joins the 33rd Team each week this season for “Cam’s Corner.” This week, Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 1.

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