The New Orleans Saints secured young defensive end with a huge long-term extension on Tuesday.
Cam Jordan has been signed to a 5 year deal contract extension worth 60 million dollars, 5 million of which is based off of incentives.
Jordan was in the final year of his contract with the Saints, who picked up his fifth year option back in April.
The defensive end was drafted in 2011 in the first round of the draft and has started 63 games with 119 tackles, five forced fumbles, and 29 sacks. Jordan was second amongst the team in 2014 in sacks with 7.5 in the offseason.