Cameron Jordan goes on COVID-19 reserve list, Deonte Harris officially suspended

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The Saints are on a five-game losing streak and their bid to snap it against the Jets this weekend may have to take place without defensive end Cameron Jordan.

The NFL’s daily transaction wire brings word that Jordan has been placed on the COVID-19 reserve list. If vaccinated, Jordan will be able to return after two negative tests taken 24 hours apart. If that doesn’t happen, he’ll be out for at least 10 days.

Marcus Davenport missed last Thursday’s loss to the Cowboys with a shoulder injury and Tanoh Kpassagnon went on injured reserve last week, so the team could be quite thin at defensive end this weekend.

The transaction wire also brought word that wide receiver/kick returner Deonte Harris‘ three-game suspension has gone into effect. Harris was appealing the ban, which was a result of a DUI arrest from this summer.

2 responses to “Cameron Jordan goes on COVID-19 reserve list, Deonte Harris officially suspended

  1. Ship continues to sink….Sean Payton is on his way to his first double digit loss season ever….

  2. Wow, pretty much the entire starting offense is injured so now I guess we’re starting with one of the best defensive players.

    Combined with the insane game changing bad calls the Saints have had this is pretty unreal. I feel for their fans and coaching staff.

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