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Malcolm Jenkins: I’d rather play Brady than Rodgers

As the NFL sets to kick off the divisional round of the playoffs the game’s top quarterbacks remain in an effort to hoist the Lombardi next month. What New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his counterpart in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers, have done this season is nothing short of amazing. The two combined for 68 touchdowns compared to nine interceptions during the regular...
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January 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins: Eagles avoid talking about Donald Trump in locker room

Professional locker rooms are usually an open forum for teamwide conversations on a multitude of topics, sports-related or not. But apparently, an implicit gag order has been issued on discussion of the Republican presidential nominee in the Philadelphia Eagles locker room. In an interview with Josh Paunil of Philadelphia Magazine on Thursday, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said...
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October 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Eagles players raise fist during national anthem

Four members of the Philadelphia Eagles stood with a fist raised during the national anthem prior to “Monday Night Football” as a symbol of support for Colin Kaepernick’s protest. The demonstration was led by Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, who said in an interview on Friday that he was planning to do something during the anthem. Teammates Steven Means and Ron Brooks also joined...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Doug Pederson willing to participate in Eagles anthem protest

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said he is willing to participate in any teamwide protest of the national anthem. It’s unclear what the team plans to do, but Pederson said he was fully supportive of any protest the team stages. “If they want to do something teamwide, I’d definitely be for that,” Pederson said Saturday, via Jeremy Bergman of “I think...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins: Eagles waited until after 9/11 for anthem protest

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins says he expects some members of his team to express their feelings on social injustice during the national anthem on “Monday Night Football.” Jenkins also says the team’s players saved any actions of dissent until after Week 1 because of a respect for the tragedy of 9/11. “Last week, we talked about doing some stuff, but we wanted...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles Free Agency Guide: Secondary

Preface As part one of a six part series leading up to free agency, I’ll be taking a look at the Eagles options in the secondary. After that I’ll focus on the linebacking core, defensive line, offensive line, offensive skill positions and lastly, the quarterback position. The biggest downfall for the Eagles this past season was their poor secondary play against good quarterbacks...
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins’ leadership already paying off for Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles secondary in 2013 was a mess, lacking identity, leadership, and aside from improved play from cornerback Brandon Boykins, they struggled to hold their own. Early on in training camp, recently signed free agent Malcom Jenkins is already showing his worth. Jenkins signed a three year/ $16.25 million deal to come in and replace the void left by former safety...
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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins Pranks Twitter Followers With Mother’s Day Joke (Photo)

Mother’s Day is usually the occasion to pay our respects to the mothers and wives that play a special role in our lives. Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins took to social media to do so on Sunday, but not before having a little fun with his Twitter followers. Early Sunday morning, Jenkins sent out a tweet wishing a happy Mother’s Day to his “5 beautiful baby mammas...
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles' Jenkins: Cowboys players are why defense is bad

Malcolm Jenkins has not yet played a game in the NFC East. The veteran safety signed a three-year, $16.25 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles last month. But he isn't wasting any time taking shots at his new NFC East rivals, particularly the Dallas Cowboys. During a Monday night appearance on NFL Network, the former New Orleans Saint didn't seem concerned with the Cowboys defense...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: Defense season in review

Sean Payton returning to the New Orleans Saints was one of the most important factors in the Saints’ turnaround from a season ago. However, the hiring of Rob Ryan might have been the most dynamic additions to this Saints’ team. Ryan managed to take a defense that was the worst in NFL history and turn it into a top five defense. What made this feat even more impressive was the...
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

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