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JORDAN HEADED TO NEW ORLEANS

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Cam Jordan's wait in the green room of Radio City Music Hall in New York City has come to an end.

The former Cal defensive end was picked 24th overall by the New Orleans Saints to continue a streak of first rounders out of Berkeley that includes Tyson Alualu, Jahvid Best, and Alex Mack.

Stick around on Calbears.com for more extensive coverage of Jordan throughout the evening.


JORDAN STILL WAITING

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Former Cal defensive end is still waiting to be selected in the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. So where will he land?

There has been a lot of talk about the New England Patriots liking Jordan, to the point where some speculated they would trade up into the top ten to pick the former Golden Bear. With a rush of quarterbacks being taken in the top half of the first round, Jordan may still be there for the Patriots' original pick at 17th overall.

If Jordan lasts beyond New England, many more think he will end up in San Diego, which is certainly in the market for a defensive end.

Regardless, we should be getting closer to the point when Roger Goodell will call the former Cal standout's name from the podium.


JORDAN WAITS TO BE PICKED, LOOKS GOOD WHILE DOING IT

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With nine picks down in the 2011 NFL Draft, former Cal defensive end Cameron Jordan is closer to hearing which team will select him with their first round pick.

Regardless of which team picks him, one thing is certain: Jordan is smiling and looking stylish in New York. Check out these photos from inside Radio City Music Hall, from Jordan himself.








WHERE WILL CAM GO?

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With the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft officially under way, there is plenty of speculation regarding where former Cal defensive end Cameron Jordan will end up.

Earlier today, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported that the New England Patriots are looking to trade up to the Cowboys' ninth overall pick in order to select Jordan.

A few hours later, however, Michael Smith (also of ESPN) reported that the Patriots will not trade up to select Jordan after all. Knowing how New England operates on draft day, however, says that it could still certainly happen.

One thing is for sure: Cam Jordan is a consensus first round pick and is one of 25 prospects to be on hand at Radio City Music Hall in New York City for today's festivities. He should hear his name called sometime soon.


Former Cal defensive lineman Cameron Jordan will give fans a little insight into his trip to New York City to attend the 2011 NFL Draft on Thursday, April 28. The events of the day are expected to keep the projected first-round pick quite busy, but when he finds a little time he will post some comments, photos and possibly a few other tidbits for the "Candid Cam" blog on the 2011 Cal NFL Draft Central page (calbears.com/nfldraft).

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