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Glenn Guilbeau | Lafayette Daily Advertiser
BATON ROUGE — The New Orleans Saints' season opener may be more than a month away, but defensive end Cam Jordan has his game mouth on.
The Saints are scheduled to host Tampa Bay and new free agent quarterback Tom Brady at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 13 on FOX in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to open the 2020 season. Brady, 43, will play his first NFL game as a member of a team other than New England, where he played since 2000 and won six Super Bowls.
"I do know we have to step up our game," Jordan said on "Good Morning Football" on the NFL Network Tuesday morning. "They've got the second-greatest quarterback of all time, right behind Drew Brees. And now we've got a head-to-head two times a year."
Brees, 41, will be entering his 15th season with the Saints and 20th in the NFL. He has won one Super Bowl, but he leads Brady in career passing yards and career touchdown passes. Brees is No. 1 in NFL history in passing yards with 77,416 from 2001-19. Brady is second with 74,571 from 2000-19. Brees is also No. 1 all time in touchown passes with 547. Brady is right behind with 541. ...
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