Cameron Jordan says ejection vs. Chiefs helped him catch the birth of his daughter

For Cameron Jordan, things didn't go quite as planned on Sunday. He was ejected late in the New Orleans Saints game with the Kansas City Chiefs for throwing a blow at an opponent he still says was not intended, although he will be quick to add was a mistake he can't afford to do it.
But things have a fun way of working out. Jordan's wife, Nikki, went into labor just before kick-off, so Jordan's sputum gave him a head start as he rushed to the hospital to be with her and welcome her third child:
Jordan relayed the sequence of events to NFL Network's Jane Slater on Tuesday, saying, "My wife had her foreplay before the water break, then I'm being ejected for a punch that didn't intentionally put 70 games or so into play - and still marinated on it - and my daughter Chanel Jordan was born two hours later. "
Talk about a roller coaster ride going from a frustrating disqualification in a giant game to a new family member. The Jordans are closely linked after traveling together to see Cam's father, Steve, was inducted into the Minnesota Viking Ring of Honor last season. In other years, her son Tank usually dominates other players' children in two-handed touch games on the sidelines.
But like many other families, they struggled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jordan previously discussed his decision to sleep in separate rooms after the Saints' games until the test protocol is clarified. We hope for more happy days for him and his growing family.
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