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Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch is reporting that the St. Louis Rams and CB Janoris Jenkins have agreed to terms.
The 4-year deal is for an estimated $5 million with $3.1 million guaranteed, Thomas reported. Jenkins, with his off-field college troubles, saw his draft stock dramatically after marijuana arrests. The consensus around the league saw him as a first round talent.
His character also came into question when it was revealed that he has four children with three different women. A 4th woman is now claiming he's the father of baby #5.
The Rams and Jenkins' camp had a difficult time negotiating a contract as the team wanted to put in place some safeguards to ensure he stays on the straight and narrow, mainly by appointing a financial advisor for the maligned CB.
It was reported that head coach Jeff Fisher spoke to Jenkins’ agent Malik Shareef during the draft and made him promise to hire a financial advisor to help Jenkins manage his money. The full details of the contract and what provisions it contains are not yet known, but apparently, the terms were suitable to both sides.
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