By John DeShazier | Senior Writer - NewOrleansSaints.com
The official measurement ledger from the NFL Combine for the 2011 draft class posts "not available" as the listed wingspan for Cam Jordan.
Probably, accurate, because neither the NFL nor the New Orleans Saints when they drafted Jordan, possibly could have forecast the reach that the three-time All-Pro would have on and off the field.
The latest entry on Jordan's expansive ledger of giving back came Monday afternoon, with the announcement of the partnership of his God Iz Love foundation with Crescent City Corps. CCC is a New Orleans-based non-profit that equips police officers with leadership development and community engagement training to new first responders and law enforcement officers with a focus on racial equity, community engagement, and positive social change.
After a successful pilot program with 10 officers in 2019, the program will expand to train more than 80 New Orleans Police Department officers in the next two years, with Jordan committing more than $100,000 to its funding.
Jordan said last summer's national unrest led to him seeking a way to make an impact in addition to the countless hours of community service he already provides.
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