Right now NFL facilities are on closed and off limits, unless you are a player who needs medically supervised rehab. Saints defensive end Cam Jordan underwent surgery about 6 weeks ago, finishing the 2019 season with a core muscle injury.
“I’m still rehabbing to get back to 100%, so the Saints have facilitated an amazing regiment and I’m probably luckier than most,” Jordan said to Bobby and Kristian on Sports Talk
“I still get to come in and have a physician take my temperature, make sure I’ve got all my body ailments in order and then, of course, make sure that were being aware of the coronavirus and yet we are still getting in the work that needs to be done. That is doesn’t prohibit me form having another great season.”
The 30-year old Saints ironman has never missed a game since entering the NFL as a 1st round pick in 2011. Jordan has totaled 87 sacks in his career and has earned All-Pro honors the past 3 seasons in which he has registered double-digit sacks.