Prior to Kamar Jorden suffering a season-ending ACL injury in 2018, the receiver was on pace to lead the league in receiving yards.
It appears Jorden could be back sooner than initially thought for the Calgary Stampeders.
Kamar Jorden is stretching and warming up with his Stampeders.
No helmet and doesn’t seem to be fully participating in practice, but he’s much more active today than he has been pic.twitter.com/qU9KPtyUIc
— Danny Austin (@DannyAustin_9) September 12, 2019
Jorden played in 10 games recording 944 yards and six touchdowns as Bo Levi Mitchell’s clear go-to target last season. The 29-year-old was in his fifth season with the Stampeders and NFL teams were gaining interest.
But the knee setback meant Jorden turned his focus fully towards the CFL signing a two-year extension in Calgary during the off-season.
When healthy the Stamps could be getting back a legitimate No. 1 target on the field.