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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was very happy to see cornerback Mike Jenkins show up for the beginning of this week’s mandatory minicamp. He once again reiterated that Jenkins won’t be traded.
“We’re not going to trade Jenkins,” Jones said. “I’m excited about the fact that we’ve got this kind of corner situation. We’ll maximize it for our team and it gives us all the things we want at a position that’s critical for us.”
Jenkins could always hold out during training camp, but he certainly won’t help himself. The best thing for him to do is play out the final year of his contract and then leave in free agency.
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