Saints working on extension for Cameron Jordan

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Most of the Saints’ player movement this offseason has been outgoing, as they tried to get themselves into position to fix their defense.

But they do want to keep one of their key defensive players.

According to Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have been in discussions to extend defensive end Cameron Jordan’s contract.

The Saints picked up his fifth-year option worth nearly $7 million, but would like to get him locked up long-term.

Jordan struggled a bit last year, with just 7.5 sacks after 12.5 the season before, when he made the Pro Bowl.

6 responses to “Saints working on extension for Cameron Jordan

  1. Jordan will have more sacks this year… QBs will be forced to hold onto the ball a little longer since we have a great starting duo at CB now which should easily translate into more sacks..

  2. He was MIA most of last year…there were times that I had to look for his number on the field because his name wasn’t being called for extended times…hope he’s better in 2015.

  3. Too bad the Saints, in need of a tight end, didn’t sign the Browns tight end, then they’d have Jordan Cameron and Cameron Jordan on the team.

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