It will be very strange for New England Patriots fans to see Tom Brady in a new uniform this season.
But Brady's move to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be nearly as strange for the three teams that now have to face the quarterback twice in the NFC South.
Count New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan among the NFC South stars still trying to process Brady joining the Bucs in free agency.
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"What was I, nine or 10 when he first got drafted by the Patriots?" Jordan told SiriusXM's NFL Radio on Monday. "I mean, this is going to be super, super weird."
The five-time Pro Bowler -- who landed with Brady on the NFL's 2010s All-Decade Team -- has only faced Brady's Patriots twice in his career, sacking the QB once.
Jordan will have two more cracks at Brady in 2020 alone, but he's also wary of the six-time Super Bowl champion gunning for the Saints' NFC South crown.
"The fact that he’ll be in my division gives me more chances to hit him, hopefully,” Jordan said. “You talk about somebody who's just been known as one of the greatest of all time for all six Super Bowls that he’s won; he’s a winner.
"For that to be in my conference, I’m not excited about it. But at the same time, I sort of am. I would love to welcome him to the NFC South which we’ve had the last three years.
"But again, we know the talent that he has. He has Mike Evans. He has (Chris) Godwin. He has O.J. Howard. They’ve got Bruce Arians now and now you’ve got Tom Brady so it’s just exciting for them to be in our conference."
Other Saints, Panthers and Falcons players probably share Jordan's inner conflict. Every defender wants a chance to say they sacked or intercepted the GOAT, and how sweet would it be to defeat a Brady-led team?
But can Brady's Bucs be beaten, or will the soon-to-be 43-year-old QB continue to dominate opponents and transfer his 11-year streak of AFC East titles to the NFC South?
It appears the sportsbooks still favor New Orleans over Tampa Bay -- for now.