Cameron Jordan



Experience: 12 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 33

Weight: 287 lbs

College: California


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  • SCK
  • FF
  • INT

Recent Games

1@FalconsW 27 - 267320000
2BuccaneersL 10 - 203120000
3@PanthersL 14 - 224221000

Career Stats

Defense Career

2011New Orleans Saints16153117131040
2012New Orleans Saints16166739268033
2013New Orleans Saints161647291812.5042
2014New Orleans Saints16165130197.505166600
2015New Orleans Saints161645301310051
2016New Orleans Saints16165835187.5061
2017New Orleans Saints161662481413011100012
2018New Orleans Saints1616493514120611
2019New Orleans Saints161653371615.50301
2020New Orleans Saints16165132177.5031
2021New Orleans Saints161659352112.5062
2022New Orleans Saints3314661000


NFL CAREER – Jordan enjoyed another successful campaign in 2021 with 59 tackles, 12.5 sacks, 13 tackles for loss, 22 quarterback hits, six passes defensed and two forced fumbles as he was selected to his seventh overall Pro Bowl, the most by a Saints defender and tied for second in club record books and fifth consecutive. He finished 2021 with 107.0 career sacks, ranking second on the club's all-time sack list. The first defensive lineman in team record books and second Saint overall to record at least 7.5 sacks in nine different seasons (LB Rickey Jackson: 1983-97, 1989, 1991-93), the only to do so in ten straight campaigns and is just the fourth player in franchise history to record at least six seasons with double-digit sack totals (12.5-2013, 10.0-2015, 13.0-2017, 12.0-2018, 15.5-2019, 12.5-2021), joining Jackson (six seasons) and DE Wayne Martin and LB Pat Swilling (five seasons). Jordan's ten consecutive seasons of at least 7.5 sacks is the current longest streak in the National Football League. He has also registered multiple sacks in a game (1.5 or more) 25 times in his career, with 14 of those coming against teams from the NFC South (seven vs. Atlanta; five vs. Tampa Bay; two vs. Carolina). Jordan is one of three defensive linemen to register at least 55 passes defensed since 2011. An explosive and physical defensive end, the former University of California standout possesses the combination of size, speed and strength to play end in either a 3-4 or 4-3. Jordan has appeared in 176 games with 175 starts, posting career totals of 667 stops (419 solo), 107.0 quarterback takedowns, two interceptions, 58 passes defensed, 13 forced fumbles, ten fumble recoveries and one blocked kick. He's also appeared in 11 (ten starts) career postseason games, tallying 42 tackles (32 solo), 5.5 sacks and five passes defensed, the club's all-time leader in takedowns in the playoffs.

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