Not everybody has turned on Paula Deen.
The embattled cooking show host -- famed for her Southern comfort food -- has lost her show and several corporate partners after admitting she has used racial slurs in the past.
But former NFL Pro Bowler Kris Jenkins still loves her.
Jenkins, who appeared on Deen's show last year in a tailgating segment, says he doesn't see what...
60 minutes of love and affection can go a long way with certain people just ask former NFL defensive tackle Kris Jenkins. The former Jets and Panthers player is coming to the defense of Paula Deen, who is under heavy scrutiny after admitting to using racial slurs. A year ago, Jenkins appeared on Deen’s Food Network show Paula’s Best Dishes, and believes his personal interaction...
Not like this wasn’t readily apparent to just about anyone who watched Jets games over the past four years, but now former players are adding fuel to the Sanchize fire. Former Jets’ lineman Kris Jenkins was on Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” program recently, and said that he believes Sanchez has continually fallen farther down the [...]
The pack mentality is one of the worst aspects of the human condition. Former New York Jet Kris Jenkins is suffering from a strong case of the pack mentality as he too has come out to throw Mark Sanchez under-the-bus.
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The most diehard New York Jets fan, Ed Anzalone aka “Fireman Ed” left last night’s blowout loss to the Patriots early.
According to some Twitter followers that reportedly sit in Ed’s section, he left at halftime and his Twitter account was deactivated during the game.
Former Jets defensive tackle Kris Jenkins ripped “Fireman Ed” on Twitter.
Fireman Ed deleted his account...
On Friday evening, conflicting reports came out that bullish 6-6 forward Kris Jenkins was off the board as the first member of Villanova’s 2013 recruting class. Those reports were slightly pre-mature, though, as Jenkins officially declared for the Villanova Wildcats on Sunday. Jenkins, who will likely transition from power forward to wing forward at Villanova, [...]
In this series we are going to look at the potential free agents of the Houston Texans, and figure out if they work into the plans for the coming years….
One of the most valuable Houston Texans on the team, starting center ChrisMyers has been one of the top if not the best offensive lineman for the Texans since coming to Houston in 2008. Myers who is considered under sized for...
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Kris Jenkins joined Wheelhouse yesterday to talk about the Jets drama.
In today’s New York Times, former Jets defensive lineman Kris Jenkins gave an incredibly illuminating interview to Greg Bishop about the realities of football, the mindset of the players, and the physical pain the gain imparts on their bodies.
My favorite quotes are excerpted below, but I urge you to read the entire thing:
You ever been in a car crash? Done bumper cars? You know...
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After suffering ten concussions through his ten-year career, former Jets defensive tackle Kris Jenkins says football can ruin your quality of life.