Cameron Jordan Fantasy Stats

#94 DE  |  New Orleans Saints

Height / Weight 6'4"  /  287 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jul 10, 1989 (35)
Experience 14 seasons
Drafted 2011  /  Rd. 1  /  Pk. 24   (NO)
College California

Season Stats

Career 209 443 237 160 121 222 63 2 13 11 1 6.7 1402.1

Game Log

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A.T. Perry

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Equanimeous St. Brown

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Trevor Penning

Olisaemeka Udoh


Nick Saldiveri

Mark Evans II


Erik McCoy

Sincere Haynesworth


Cesar Ruiz

Justin Herron

Shane Lemieux


Taliese Fuaga

Landon Young


Tyrann Mathieu

Ugo Amadi

J.T. Gray


Cameron Jordan

Carl Granderson


Nathan Shepherd

Khristian Boyd

Khalen Saunders


Bryan Bresee

Isaiah Foskey


Payton Turner

Trajan Jeffcoat


Pete Werner

Jaylan Ford


Demario Davis

D'Marco Jackson


Willie Gay

Khaleke Hudson


Paulson Adebo

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Johnathan Abram


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Will Harris

Cameron Jordan News

Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Not Considering Retirement

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle), who said his ankle injury bothered him all year in 2023, also said he's not considering retirement this offseason. "I love the Saints too much to retire," Jordan said. The 34-year-old pass-rushing veteran was in his 13th season with the team this year and wasn't very productive while playing through injury, ultimately finishing with 43 tackles (20 solo), only two sacks, three tackles for loss, six QB hits and one fumble recovery in 17 starts. The eight-time Pro Bowler had the fewest amount of sacks since his rookie season in 2011 but appears to be coming back for his 14th season in 2024. Jordan has two years left on his current deal with New Orleans and will be hoping to be more productive rushing the passer if he can stay healthy this fall.
Jan 8   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Lions

Cameron Jordan Active Against Lions

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle) was a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions, but he's officially active and will play in Week 13. Jordan wasn't on the practice field all week, but the Saints apparently felt the 34-year-old was moving around well enough during pre-game warmups to clear him to play this week. His presence on the defensive line is great news for the Saints' defensive front while going up against a good offensive line that has really underperformed in recent weeks. The eight-time Pro Bowler has had a down season to this point with only two sacks and 34 tackles (15 solo) in 11 games played.
Dec 3   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Has Chance To Play In Week 13

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (ankle) will be a game-time decision versus the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Despite missing all three practices this past week, he is listed as questionable and "has a shot" to play, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Jordan hasn't missed a game all season, registering 34 tackles, two sacks, and one fumble recovery. His presence would be huge for the Saints' defense as they look to slow down the Lions' strong offense.
Dec 3   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Signs Two-Year Extension

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan has reached an extension with the organization. The two sides have agreed on a two-year, $27.5 million contract extension. The 34-year-old is the Saints' all-time sack leader and will now get a chance to increase his lead with a deal signed through 2025. The veteran pass rusher has showed no signs of slowing down. In fact, Jordan has 21 sacks over the past two seasons. Jordan will continue to be the anchor on this defensive line for a few more years.
Aug 4   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Reworking His Contract

New Orleans Saints eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Jordan is reworking his contract to save the team $10 million against this year's salary cap, according to a league source. The Saints are constantly kicking the can down the road when it pertains to their salary cap, so this move shouldn't come as much of a surprise. The 33-year-old Jordan remained very effective in his 12th year in New Orleans in 2022, posting 66 tackles (40 solo), 8.5 sacks, 13 tackles for loss, 13 QB hits and two forced fumbles in 16 regular season starts. He's been extremely durable as well and should remain a fixture in IDP fantasy leagues at the defensive line position in 2023.
Mar 13   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan To Miss Week 11

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (eye) won't suit up for the Week 11 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. The 33-year-old will miss his first game of his career on Sunday. Jordan played in 186 straight games before suffering an orbital bone fracture. His presence will be missed on this defensive unit on Sunday. However, Jordan is already pushing to play next week. The loss of the Pro Bowl pass rusher will certainly be a significant hit to the Saints defense.
Nov 20   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Saints Restructure Cameron Jordan, Tanoh Kpassagnon

The New Orleans Saints restructured the contracts of defensive ends Cameron Jordan and Tanoh Kpassagnon on Thursday to create $12.445 million in salary cap space for the 2022 season, according to a source. The Saints also re-signed exclusive-rights free agents Carl Granderson and Jalen Dalton on Thursday. This will be the second straight year that Jordan has restructured his contract to help New Orleans get back under the salary cap. Jordan made his fifth straight Pro Bowl (seventh overall) by recording 59 tackles (38 solo), 13 tackles for loss, 22 QB hits, six passes defensed, two forced fumbles and 12.5 sacks in 16 games last year. He has double-digit sacks in six of his 11 NFL seasons.
Mar 10   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Tests Positive For COVID-19

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday and was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, according to a source. If Jordan is vaccinated, he will need to be asymptomatic and return two negative tests 24 hours apart in order to be cleared to play in Week 14 against the New York Jets. If he is unvaccinated, he'll be quarantined for 10 days and will be inactive this Sunday. With a nice matchup against the Jets this weekend, New Orleans would be missing one of their best pass-rushers if Jordan doesn't get cleared in time. The 32-year-old six-time Pro Bowler has racked up 38 tackles (22 solo), six tackles for loss, 13 QB hits, a forced fumble and four sacks in 12 games so far in 2021.
Dec 7   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Feels Rejuvenated

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan, who ranks second in Saints history with 94.5 career sacks in 10 seasons, said he feels rejuvenated this year and is "more hungry now than ever." The soon-to-be 32-year-old is the longest-tenured player on the team with Drew Brees and Thomas Morstead no longer around. He said he still has plenty left in the tank after producing just 7.5 sacks last year after a career-high 15.5 in 2019. With Jordan's help, the Saints rank in the top five in the league in both yards and points allowed since Week 3 of the 2017 season, and the rank No. 1 in run defense. The Saints defense is already one of the stronger units in the NFL, but if Jordan can return to his level of production in 2019, they'll be scary good.
Jun 28   
Cameron Jordan  • DE  •  Saints

Cameron Jordan Won't Be Suspended

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan won't be suspended for a punch that got him ejected in the Week 15 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, according to a source. It was a questionable ejection call, but the good news is that Jordan will be available for a Week 16 meeting with the Vikings on Christmas Day. Jordan currently ranks 21st in the league among defensive linemen in fantasy points through 15 weeks. The 31-year-old pass-rusher has 31 tackles, 6.5 sacks and a pass defensed in 13 games played and should be in play as a fringe defensive lineman starter for the Saints this week against Minnesota. He'll hope to slow down quarterback Kirk Cousins and running back Dalvin Cook as New Orleans tries to avoid losing three straight games.
Dec 21