Cameron Jordan

Sports Injury Predictor


Chance of Injury in 2021: question mark 7%
Chance of Injury per Game: question mark 0.5%
Projected Games missed for 2021: question mark 0.1
Durability: question mark 127

Low Risk


Cameron Jordan Player Overview

Draft Sharks Bottom Line:

The next time Jordan misses an NFL game will be the first. And he has done plenty of producing while playing every contest over 9 years. Over the past 5 seasons, Jordan delivered the 4th most QB hits, 3rd most sacks and 2nd most tackles for loss -- all while playing through several injuries and in an evolving Saints defense.

This year's group should be 1 of the best of Jordan's career. The D-line, in particular, will benefit if DT Sheldon Rankins and DE Marcus Davenport are at full strength. Rankins suffered a torn Achilles' tendon at the end of 2018 and was never himself last season. Davenport finished 2019 on IR with a foot injury. We'll see about his readiness this summer.

Jordan, meanwhile, looks like a strong bet to continue his steady fantasy production.

Cameron Jordan Injury History

Date League Injury Details
Dec 8, 2019 NFL Abdomen Muscle Sprain/Pull Unspecified Grade 1 Jordan underwent core-muscle surgery Feb. 4 to address the injury he suffered on Dec. 8 against the 49ers and played the rest of the season with it
Sep 18, 2016 NFL Knee MCL Sprain Grade 2 Jordan played through the injury.
Dec 31, 1969 NFL Back Vertebral Disc Hernia It's unknown when Jordan first suffered his back injury, but he played through it before undergoing offseason surgery.
Dec 31, 1969 NFL Pedal Foot Jordan's surgery was considered minor. He played all 16 games, plus the Pro Bowl.