Saints not rushing to judgment on Jordan's club incident
METAIRIE - Saints coach Sean Payton and several players say they're withholding judgment while police look into allegations that defensive end Cameron Jordan touched a woman inappropriately at a New Orleans night club and then tried to physically intimidate her boyfriend.
Accord to a complaint filed with New Orleans police, the incident occurred around 4 a.m. last Sunday morning. The complaint also alleges that Jordan sprayed champagne on the couple. Police have said Jordan is cooperating with their investigation, and that no arrest warrant has been issued or charges filed.
Payton says all the details haven't come out, but he is "anxious to find out more."
Tight end Ben Watson says the Saints still view Jordan as a leader on the team and will wait to find out what happens.
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