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Mike Jenkins has made it known that he’s disgruntled after losing his starting job as the Cowboys have brought in both Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne this offseason. He has requested a trade and has not gotten one yet. However, he still will report to the Cowboys’ mandatory minicamp next week. This could be strictly a monetary decision as the Cowboys could fine him for missing these, but Jenkins probably wouldn’t want to miss practice either way. It doesn’t look like the Cowboys will be trading him and any missed practice time could drop him further on the depth chart. He’s still in the running to be the nickel cornerback, 3rd on the depth chart. The Cowboys have gotten offers for Jenkins from 4 different teams, including the Colts and Lions, and have turned them all down while maintaining a public stance that Jenkins, a 2009 Pro Bowler, will not be moved. There is still some speculation that the Cowboys could trade Jenkins later in the offseason, once they know Morris Claiborne ...
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