Found May 28, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
The Cowboys have already said publicly that they will not be moving disgruntled cornerback Mike Jenkins, who lost his starting job this offseason with the additions of Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne. The Cowboys have already essentially hung up on at least both the Colts and Lions, who have come asking about Jenkins, who wants to be a starter somewhere. ESPN’s John Clayton chimed in on the situation today by saying that the Cowboys won’t trade Mike Jenkins, but added until Training Camp. If Clayton is right, this could suggest that the Cowboys only want to keep Jenkins in case of injuries to one of the 3 guys ahead of him on the depth chart, or if there are any further setbacks in the recovery of Morris Claiborne from wrist surgery. If all goes well injury wise at cornerback for the Cowboys, they could be willing to part with Jenkins for the right price in July or so. We’ll see if teams are still interested then and at what price.

Garrett says Cowboys won't trade Jenkins

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Getty Images Even though the Dallas Cowboys claim they’re not interested in trading cornerback Mike Jenkins, it was reported yesterday that they may end up trading him away during training camp. According to ESPN’s John Clayton, via Evan Silva, the Indianapolis Colts are the ”most interested team” in regards to acquiring Jenkins in a trade. Some other teams that could be...
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