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Rams receive third- and fourth-round compensatory draft picks

The Rams do not have a first-round pick in the upcoming draft, but they picked up two lower-round slots Friday when the NFL awarded them third- and fourth-round compensatory picks for the loss of free agents Janoris Jenkins, Rodney McLeod and Nick Fairley. For the Rams, that scenario probably could...

Janoris Jenkins: Keep defense together and we’ll make something happen

The Giants spent last offseason throwing money at the top defensive players in free agency in a bid to turn around a unit that had struggled for several years. It worked as the defense spurred a trip to the playoffs after a four-year absence and now one of the players signed in last year’s spree…

Janoris Jenkins thinks he has Dez Bryant figured out

The NFC East may not have the best teams in the NFL, but the division has the best receiver-cornerback rivalries. Beyond Odell Beckham Jr. vs. Pretty Much Everyone and Pretty Much Everyone vs. Josh Norman, an interesting back-and-forth is brewing between Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins and Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant. In two games between the…

Janoris Jenkins' Ascent to Stardom Isn't Your Typical Redemption Narrative

NEW YORK — It's a Thursday afternoon in late December, days before the New York Giants' Week 17 matchup in Washington, and Janoris Jenkins—excuse us, "Jackrabbit"—is standing in front of his locker at the team's training center, fielding...Show More Summary

Jordan Reed, Janoris Jenkins active in Washington

The Redskins need a win to get in the playoffs and they’ll have tight end Jordan Reed in the lineup to help the cause. Reed did not play last weekend because of a shoulder injury that’s been bothering him for several weeks, but he was able to practice this week and will spend the first…

Janoris Jenkins expects to be ready for Wild Card game

While his status is still uncertain for Sunday’s completely meaningless regular season finale against the Washington Redskins, Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins full expects to be capable of playing in New York’s preseason opener next weekend. According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, Jenkins isn’t ruling out playing this week against Washington despite…

Janoris Jenkins ruled out for Giants' game vs. Eagles

3 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Giants star corner Janoris Jenkins was inactive Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field

Casillas in, Jenkins out for Giants

As previously reported, Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins will not play Thursday night at Philadelphia due to a back injury. Linebacker Jonathan Casillas, who also had been listed as questionable, will play despite a knee injury. Giants backup offensive tackle Will Beatty is out due to a leg injury. Safety Nat Berhe and defensive end Jason…

Report: Janoris Jenkins won’t play on Thursday night

It looks like the Giants will go without cornerback Janoris Jenkins on Thursday night. Jenkins was knocked out of last week’s game after taking a knee to the back, but was able to practice the last two days in a limited fashion to earn a questionable designation for the matchup with the Eagles. Kim Jones…

Janoris Jenkins won’t play vs. Eagles on ‘Thursday Night Football’

The Giants will be without their top corner Due to a back injury, New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins will not play in the team’s Week 16 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football, according to NFL Network’s...Show More Summary

Janoris Jenkins questionable for Thursday night

When word broke that cornerback Janoris Jenkins was undergoing tests to rule out internal injuries after taking a knee to the back in last Sunday’s victory over the Lions, it seemed like it might be a long shot for him to play against the Eagles on Thursday night. The tests came back with good news,…

Janoris Jenkins limited in Giants practice

Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins had to leave last Sunday’s game after taking a knee to the back and went for further tests to rule out any injuries to internal organs. Jenkins got no bad news from the results of those tests, although his status for Week 16 was still uncertain with the Giants playing the…

Report: Janoris Jenkins avoids organ damage

Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins left Sunday’s victory over the Lions after taking a knee to the back and went for tests to determine whether he suffered any organ damage as a result of the blow. It looks like the results brought good news for Jenkins on that front. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that…

Giants CB Janoris Jenkins avoids serious injury to vital organs

3 months agoNews : NY Daily News

A day after Janoris Jenkins was knocked out of the Giants' win over the Lions after getting hit in the back, the corner got some good news.

Janoris Jenkins undergoes tests to rule out organ injuries

Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins left Sunday’s game with a back injury. The good news is that his back, as in his spine, is fine. The possible bad news is that he could have an injury to an internal organ. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Jenkins is undergoing a battery of tests aimed…

Janoris Jenkins Injury: Giants CB Injures Back vs. Lions

New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins was ruled out for the remainder of the game against the Detroit Lions after suffering a back injury, according to the team. Jenkins appeared to get hit by teammate Trevin Wade, according to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. Show More Summary

Janoris Jenkins: Rams players aren’t allowed to speak to Stan Kroenke

As the Rams embark on their search for a new coach, a former Rams player had some interesting comments about the man who signs the checks in L.A. Appearing on Going Deep with Amani & Dan on NBC Sports Radio, Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins compared his current team to the Rams, where he spent his…

Pacman Jones On Terrelle Pryor: "Pryor Suck"

4 months agoSports : Deadspin

For the second straight game, Browns receiver Terrelle Pryor was razzed by the opposing defense after his team lost. Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins tweeted “u really sucks” at Pryor after Cleveland’s Week 12 loss, and today, Bengals defensive back Pacman Jones teed off on the WR. Read more...

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