The network listed the All-Pro defensive end at No. 26 during the weekly unveiling Monday (June 11). He joined running back Mark Ingram (No. 43), wideout Michael Thomas (No. 81) and cornerback Marshon Lattimore (No. 82) on the list with quarterback Drew Brees sure to be listed in among the top 20.
The seven-year NFL veteran Jordan finished the 2017 season with career highs in sacks (13) and passes defensed (11). He also had 62 tackles, 17 for loss, two forced fumbles, an interception and scored the first touchdown of his career.