Cam Jordan has been a foundational piece of the New Orleans Saints defense ever since he was drafted by the team in 2011. Jordan has logged an unreal 186 games played and 185 starts over the last 12 seasons, never missing a single contest due to injury.
However, that impressive streak is finally coming to an end.
Saints head coach Dennis Allen announced Friday that Jordan will miss Sunday's game due to an eye injury. This marks the first time the former First All-Pro EDGE has ever missed a contest because of an injury.
This isn't the first career game missed for Jordan, though. He was forced to sit out New Orleans' Week 14 matchup against the New York Jets last season due to COVID-19 protocols.
Jordan's durability is something to marvel at considering the physical game he plays. Even more impressive is the fact he's maintained his high level of play during his time in the NFL, earning seven Pro Bowl nods during his decorated career.
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