|Chance of Injury in 2020:||7%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||0.5%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.1|
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.
|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.|