On June 11th, the New Orleans Saints Defensive End, Cameron Jordan got a contract extension. Jordan’s contract with the Saints has been extended to 2023. Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints organization decided on a three-year extension, $52.5 million deal with a max of $55.5 million. Out of that deal, $42 million is guaranteed. Jordan wants to follow his father’s footsteps [Steve Jordan] and play for the same team until the end of his career. NFL Insider for ESPN, Adam Schefter broke this news on the afternoon of June 11th.
Cameron Jordan’s extension, engineered by Doug Hendrickson of @Wasserman and the Saints‘ VP of football administration Khai Harley, is a three-year, $52.5 million deal with a max of $55.5M that includes over $42 million in guaranteed money, per sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 11, 2019
It has been a busy 48 hours in the NFL, however, there are more contract extensions, trades and etc. to come. As teams go through summer camps and preseason, deals will continue to take place. Congratulations to Cameron Jordan for being able to perform at the elite level and getting his contract extended.