Cam Jordan shares special offseason experience he had with Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram

New Orleans Saints star Cam Jordan recently detailed a special experience he had this offseason with running backs Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram.
Dec 3, 2017; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) is
Dec 3, 2017; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) is / Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

After going hard to be the best football player possible for the majority of the year, NFL players get some time off during the offseason and they usually spend that time doing some really cool things. The offseason activities are usually announced on social media, then players are asked about what they did, once they are back in front of microphones.

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan was in front of a microphone recently and he shared a really cool experience he had this offseason. In an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Jordan revealed that he took a trip to Monrovia, Liberia with teammate Alvin Kamara and former teammate Mark Ingram. Jordan’s biggest takeaway from the trip is that Kamara is the man in Liberia.

Cam Jordan details Alvin Kamara’s work in Liberia

Jordan said that Kamara was already there weeks prior to him and Ingram arriving. He explained that during the trip, he witnessed Kamara speak with the Vice President of Liberia, as well as the Mayor of Monrovia. He said Kamara was also amongst the community, listening to people and helping them get what they needed. Jordan put it simply, saying Kamara is really the people’s champ.

Kamara, who was born in Atlanta to a Liberian mother, has been documenting his time in Liberia on social media. On Instagram, he posted several pictures with family at the home his grandfather built in Bahn, Nimba County, Liberia. In the lengthy caption, Kamara explained the “indescribable feeling” of “knowing exactly where you came from.” In the caption, Kamara also had a tribute to his mother, as well as thanking his uncles for getting everything together for him.

In addition to visiting family, Kamara detailed his visit with the officials of The Ministry of Youth and Sports, discussing Liberia’s sports, and documented the opportunity he had to lead a cleaning effort with the Mayor in the streets. It’s clear that Liberia is a special place to Alvin Kamara, and he shared that experience with Cam Jordan and Mark Ingram.