Football, Family, and Philanthropy. Jordan is a playmaker and captain on Sundays, a father and husband to his family, as well as a philanthropist in more ways than one. Jordan strives to be the best person he can be on and off the field.


Jordan’s impact goes further than the football field. Providing cheer to children with cancer has always been an initiative for Jordan. A week away from Christmas in 2018, he provided a holiday shopping spree for over a dozen children with cancer from Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo and Camp Good Days.


Jordan also visited children in Oishei Children’s Hospital in 2019 and met virtually with them in 2020. His latest initiative is spreading awareness for people struggling with substance abuse, sharing his personal story of overcoming alcoholism. Jordan has also run his own youth football camp in his hometown of Astoria, Oregon since 2014.


A father, husband, brother, and son. When Jordan is not on the football field, he spends time with his family. Jordan is married to his wife, Rachel, and the couple welcomed their baby girl, Aliyah, to their life in 2019. Jordan loves to vacation with his family, traveling to Brazil and the Bahamas in recent years.

Some of his favorite hobbies are snowboarding, fishing, golfing, and playing video games. Jordan says video games are just an off-season hobby though because he likes to focus on football during the season.


Jordan was a three-sport star in high school, playing basketball, baseball, and football. He was drafted into Major League Baseball by the Florida Marlins in 2009, but ultimately, he decided that his future was on the football field.
Jordan attended Oregon State University where he earned a spot on the All-Pac 12 First Team and was also a consensus All-American. From there, Jordan was drafted by the Eagles in the 2013 NFL Draft. After spending some time with the Eagles and Browns, Jordan headed to the Buffalo Bills in 2017. Jordan has spent four seasons with the Bills, being a huge part of the franchise’s recent success.
Jordan has been one of the top defensive playmakers in the NFL over the past few years. From 2017-2020, Jordan was the only player in the NFL to have more than 400 tackles (426) and more than 12 interceptions (13). Jordan also had 6 forced fumbles, 21 tackles for a loss, 7.0 sacks and 27 passes defended. He was also one of the teams’ defensive captains in 2020.


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