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Tuesday, 02 August 2011 22:52
New Orleans Saints Busy Signing Cameron Jordan, Strief, Humphrey, Ingram, Lambert
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The New Orleans Saints agreed to terms with first round draft choice DE Cameron Jordan today. Also, the Saints came to terms with T Zach Strief, TE Tory Humphrey, LB Clint Ingram and DB Terrail Lambert according to an announcement by Loomis.

Jordan, a 6-4, 287-pound native of Chandler, Arizona was a four-year letterman at the University of California who played both left and right defensive end in a 3-4 scheme and appeared in 50 games with 33 starts.  Jordan ended his collegiate career with 175 tackles (88 solo), 16.5 sacks for minus-89 yards, 34 tackles for a loss of 122 yards, four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, an interception and five pass deflections.  

Strief, an offensive tackle, was selected by the Saints in the seventh-round of the 2006 NFL Draft and has played in every game but two over the past four seasons.  

 Humphrey is a 6-2, 255-pound sixth-year player out of Central Michigan who has appeared i


n 31 games in his NFL career with two starts and has recorded 13 receptions for 181 yards (13.9 avg.) and nine special teams tackles. 

Ingram, 6-2, 240 pounds, is a five-year veteran LB who signed with the Saints as a free agent in 2010. He did not play for the Black-and-Gold though, as he continued to rehabilitate a knee injury that ended his 2009 season in Jacksonville. Ingram has played in 56 career games, making 46 starts, and has registered 331 career tackles, 5.5 sacks, two interceptions, a FR, seven passes defensed and 10 special teams tackles.

(From Saints press release)

Jordan tweets today

 

camjordan94 RT @nolagirl829: @camjordan94 @Mark_Ingram28 the NEW math- when 28+94=46! that's superbowl 46 baby!!!

camjordan94 Shweet!!!! RT @TClatch: @camjordan94 check out this video to welcome you to the Saints http://t.co/NKjb98X

camjordan94 RT @CJTheOperation: "I will be a monster in anything forthcoming and I will not be stopped" - Cameron Jordan A.K.A.@CamJordan97 http:// ...

 

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