Kamar Jorden

#12WR,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Bowling Green
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Draft: Undrafted
  • Zimmer brings Vikings rookies in early for more production
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Zimmer brings Vikings rookies in early for more production

    MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — The lack of production from the Minnesota Vikings' rookie class as one of many factors that contributed to the team's disappointing 8-8 finish last season. In hopes of helping this year's class of first-year players make more of an impact in the upcoming season, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer decided to call them in early for the start of training camp. The rookies reported with select veterans Sunday, four days before the full team is required to report. "I just felt like we wanted to try to get them up to speed as quick as we can," Zimmer said. "Last year a lot of the rookies didn't play as much as they had in the past. I just figured, let's give these guys every opportunity

  • Countdown to Saints Kickoff: A History of No. 50
    Canal Street Chronicles

    Countdown to Saints Kickoff: A History of No. 50

    The New Orleans Saints are only fifty days away from the first game of their 2017 regular season. Just 50 days from today, the Saints will venture north, to Minneapolis, MN. to play the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night football. Canal Street Chronicles resumes our series, "Countdown to New Orleans Saints Kickoff" by continuing to look back in time. Today, we look back at some of the Saints players that have worn the number 50. Jake Kupp (OG, 1967-1975) Kupp was originally a member of the Dallas Cowboys for two years before being traded to the Washington Redskins. After one season with the Redskins, he was left unprotected in the 1967 expansion draft, where the "new" New Orleans Saints selected

  • 2017 NFL record projections: Patriots headed for perfect 16-0 season?
    USA Today

    2017 NFL record projections: Patriots headed for perfect 16-0 season?

    With NFL training camps opening, all 32 teams have largely taken form for 2017. So before injuries, benchings, firings and (more) suspensions start shaping the season, here's USA TODAY Sports' annual prediction of how the season will unfold with record projections for each team based on picking all 256 games, plus a bonus playoff forecast. NFC EAST Dallas Cowboys (11-5): The league should be ready for Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott — assuming he isn't suspended — this time around; that celebrated O-line is breaking in two new starters; and the defense could be a hot mess. Still, there's no denying this club's offensive firepower. The Cowboys play four of their five November games at home, a