Found June 17, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

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According to Grant Cohn of the PressDemocrat.com, San Francisco 49ers rookie wide receiver A.J. Jenkins looked like the worst receiver on the team during last week’s minicamp.

Jenkins didn’t even run with the first or second team offenses this past Tuesday and has been outplayed by two other receivers that are undrafted rookies.

Rookie receivers aren’t expected to produce at a high level right away in the NFL, but when a guy looks really bad during non-contact drills, that’s not a good sign.

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