Cam Jordan, the New Orleans Saints all-time sack leader, is currently negotiating a contract extension with the team, according to the Associated Press’s Brett Martel.  The AP spoke with Jordan’s agent Doug Hendrickson from Wasserman.

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Jordan is in the final year of a 3-year deal he signed in 2019.  Last season, Jordan broke former Saints Ricky Jackson’s career total of 115 sacks, albeit by a 1/2 sack, to now lead the team.

Jordan was the Saints’ 1st Round pick in 2011 and 24th overall out of the University of California at Berkeley. 

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In addition to his 115.5 sacks, Jordan has 639 career tackles, 15 forced fumbles, 2 interceptions, and one defensive touchdown.

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