Found March 28, 2013 on Patriots Life:
Hold the phone! You'll want to pump this jam for when you read this news. Patriots are signing WR Michael Jenkins, per @jasonlacanfora. — Christopher Price (@cpriceNFL) March 28, 2013 No, who? I do actually kind of know who Michael Jenkins is. I think I remember hearing Matthew Berry saying you should pick him up if you are desperate in a deep fantasy league last year because, well, the Vikings don't really have anyone else. Well, now the Patriots don't really have anyone else either, and so they have Michael Jenkins. Like my friend Al said, the Pats are replacing Welker with "junk, crap and ********." The Patriot Way!
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