Cameron Jordan Agrees To Three-Year, $52.5M Extension With Saints

Saints Cameron Jordan agree to three-year contract extension

Saints Cameron Jordan agree to three-year contract extension

It would be something of a coup for the Saints to re-up Thomas and Jordan so far ahead of schedule (Thomas is scheduled for free agency next year, while Jordan was two years away before signing his extension), especially considering their limited salary cap resources in 2019.

The New Orleans Saints signed the star pass rusher to a three-year extension that will keep him wearing the fleur-de-lis through the 2023 season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Jordan's extension, engineered by agent Doug Hendrickson of Wasserman and the Saints' vice president of football administration Khai Harley, is a three-year, $52.5 million deal with a max of $55.5 million that includes over $42 million in guaranteed money, per sources. That group began with Von Miller at No. 2 and included Aldon Smith (No. 7), J.J. Watt (No. 11), Ryan Kerrigan (No. 16), Adrian Clayborn (No. 20), Jordan, Muhammad Wilkerson (30) and Cam Heyward (31).

He's a four-time Pro Bowler, including each of the last two years, and was first-team All-Pro in 2017; he was second-team All-Pro last year.

Last season, Jordan registered 12 sacks, marking the fourth season of his career in which he's recorded 10 sacks or more. I'm here for what happened", he continued, "and for what happened, we have to find a way to be better.