Cam Jordan Hopped Back On The Recruiting Trail For Dez Bryant, And His Role As Saints' Twitter Scout Is Officially In Jeopardy
Annnnd, that'll do it. As much as I love Cam Jordan and am liable to agree with just about every one of his opinions following a DPOY-caliber season, the three-strike rule exists for a reason. Despite his best efforts, he swung and missed on Jimmy Graham and Ndamukong Suh, and I think he's now officially out as the Saints' social media recruiter after reaching for a ball that would have hit Dez Bryant in between the numbers before falling harmlessly to the ground.
I don't even hate the former Cowboy as a person, like a lot of football fans, but as a player...in the year 2018? His relative worth as a limited talent is shriveling up quicker than Jerry Jones' junk. I'd honestly rather watch Cameron Meredith limp through the route tree on an air-cast than watch someone who is a pass catcher in position only whine for more wasted targets. The Cowboys' best receiver is Allen Hurns and they just willingly cut ties with Dez Bryant without even suggesting that he take a pay cut. Saying that merely "speaks volumes" would be like saying that Stephen A. Smith has a mumbling problem.
Whatever spot would be made available to Dez Bryant in an offense that's also home to Michael Thomas, Tedd Ginn Jr. (shame on Cam for that exclusion), and Alvin Kamara is one that would undoubtedly leave him bickering about how much better he thinks he is than everyone else knows he is. Therefore, you can count me all the way out on him as the Saints' #4 wide receiver, and - for the first time - you can count me as skeptical of Cam Jordan's long-term future as a Saints' scout.