Cameron Jordan Played With Torn Adductor Muscle In 2019

METAIRIE – New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan underwent surgery to repair a torn adductor muscle last month after playing the season with the injury last year, he told the NFL Network on Saturday.

Jordan, 30, hopes to be completely healthy for training camp, if not before.

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Jordan has never missed a game in his nine-year career. He has the third longest streak active in the NFL among non-specialists with 144 consecutive games played, behind quarterback Philip Rivers and cornerback Brandon Carr.

Jordan has been an All-Pro in each of the last three seasons (first team in 2017, second team in 2018 and 2019). Add a total of 87 captures, including a personal mark of 15.5 achieved in 2019.

Jordan signed a five-year contract extension with the Saints last summer worth between $ 17.5 million and $ 18.5 million annually.

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