2 Giants defensive starters injured in Dallas

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Giants defensive starters Cullen Jenkins and Jon Beason are out of New York's game against the Dallas Cowboys because of injuries sustained in the first half. Jenkins, the left defensive tackle, sustained a calf strain Sunday. Middle linebacker Beason left the game because of a toe injury. The Giants said after halftime that both players were out for the...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan refuses to send sympathy cards to his opponents.

Vacchiano, New York Daily News:Players get hurt in sports all the time. That’s just the reality of their jobs. Life must go on, and the Giants players know it, even if it has to somehow continue without Victor Cruz.“It can be something you rally around,” said defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. “I’ve played on teams where we had big-time injuries and issues and they’ve...
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Cullen Jenkins makes shocking admission about Chip Kelly's offense

It's no secret that Chip Kelly does everything fast, he even joked that the Eagles set a world record for fastest team photo Monday. Even with that knowledge, Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins admitted Tuesday that the Giants were confused by Chip Kelly's uptempo offense. “We thought we were prepared for it,” Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins said on WFAN...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Giants Top 10 of 2014: Which defensive lineman came in at No. 10?

Cullen Jenkins came to the New York Giants as an accomplished 10-year veteran coming off a two-year stint with the rival Philadelphia Eagles. Giants fans understandably were skeptic, but the crafty defensive tackle was one of the top stars for the Big Blue defense in 2013. Jenkins ranked among the NFL’s top run stoppers at the defensive tackle position, according to Pro Football...
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May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins anxious to get after former team

First year Giant, Cullen Jenkins, is coming off his best game in Blue on Sunday vs. the Raiders. Watch him talk about the victory here. This week, he will get the opportunity many players salivate over. The chance to crush your former team and prove to them that they made a mistake by letting you walk. "Any time you play against a team that maybe you felt...
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November 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins Holds Out Hope

Cullen Jenkins is super vocal about his hopes for the New York Giants. And we're not talking about way off in the future. He thinks his team can get it done now, this year. Is he delusional? Maybe he just knows something that we don't. "As bad as we've started, we're only two games back right now. We've still got a pretty good shot at trying to make...
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November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins in a walking boot after injuring his knee and Achilles

New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins was wearing a walking boot today after injuring his knee and Achilles. Jenkins was asked to explain his injury. “I think just a little tendon something, knee and Achilles. … Hopefully like I said, just a couple days, get this thing treated, and get back going,” said Jenkins via The last thing the Giants need is...
Via Pro Football Zone
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Giants DE rips Cowboys owner Jones for accusing him of faking injury

After having had a few days to stew over it Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins on Thursday playfully unloaded on Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for accusing him of faking an injury in Sunday night’s Dallas win over the Giants. “I don’t know what he saw’’ Jenkins said. “Maybe he needs to get his son-in-law to clean his glasses so he can see better. I got a stinger in my...
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September 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Giants' Cullen Jenkins says Jerry Jones 'should get his son-in-law to clean his glasses'

New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says he had a legitimate injury when he went down late in the first half of Sunday night's game at AT&T Stadium. And if Jerry Jones doesn't believe that, Jenkins suggested Thursday that he needs to have his glasses cleaned. Jones never mentioned Jenkins' name after the game, but the Cowboys owner and general manager...
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September 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins: Jerry Jones needs to ‘clean his glasses’

New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to “clean his glasses” for saying he faked an injury during Sunday’s season opener. “Maybe he should get his son-in-law to clean his glasses a little better,” Jenkins said of Jones, via, referring to a video clip of Jones having his glasses wiped by his son-in-law. “I...
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September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins on Jerry Jones: ‘Maybe he get his son-in-law to clean his glasses'

New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins had some words for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for accusing him of faking an injury during last week’s game. “Maybe he get his son-in-law to clean his glasses to see what’s going on out there,” said Jenkins, via Ebenezer Samuel of the NY Daily News. Boom, take that Jerry.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet ...
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September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins Tries to Put Jerry Jones in his Place

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been pretty out spoken about his feelings towards the Giants faking injuries in Sunday’s game. Players have been accused of doing this to slow down the offense and it gives the defense a much need timeout without calling one. The Giants have been accused of doing this before, so it does give Jones a bit of credibility when it comes to calling...
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September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Giants on Jerry Jones Accusations: ‘get your son-in-law to clean your glasses’

I have to admit that was a great line. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones came out and said that he thought it was pretty obvious that the Giants were faking injuries Sunday night to slow down the Cowboys offense. At least one New York has some thoughts to share on that. DT Cullen Jenkins: “I don’t know,” Jenkins said. “I don’t know what he saw. I’m not sure. Maybe he...
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September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones accuses Giants of faking injuries

Jerry Jones finally had a reason to gloat and then added insult to the Giants’ injuries after Sunday night's 36-31 whooping over his New York rival, accusing Big Blue of faking injuries to slow the Cowboys hurry-up offense. "It was so obvious it was funny," the Cowboys owner said after his team beat the Giants for the first time inside his billion dollar playground...
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September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones thought it was funny how the Giants faked injuries

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was pretty amused at  how Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins stayed on the ground during a drive in which Dallas was moving the ball with ease. Jerry Jones on Giants faking injuries to slow down Cowboys' hurry-up offense: "It was so obvious it was funny." — Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) September 9, 2013 What Jenkins did isn’t new...
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September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones accuses Giants players of faking injuries

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has always been quite vocal about his team and in this case their opponents. During one stretch early on Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins went down with an apparent injury. According to our good friend Mike Garafolo tight end Jason Witten was accusing Jenkins of faking the injury to slow the Cowboys' hurry-up offense down. That sentiment carried...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Giants' Jenkins embracing a versatile role

After winning the Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers in 2010, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins is chasing another ring this season with Big Blue. Find out how the defensive lineman can help put New York over the top this upcoming season.
August 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Cullen Jenkins ready for high expectations

When the New York Giants signed defensive tackle from the Green Bay Packers this offseason, Big Blue knew they were getting a player with championship pedigree. Find out what New York's pass-rusher had to say about his first week at Giants' training camp and Super Bowl XLVIII.
July 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Parting Ways Year Too Soon or Year Too Late?

The Packers gambled and lost by letting Cullen Jenkins go following the Super Bowl. That decision might have cost the team another shot at a championship. From that perspective, there certainly are parallels in the decision to release Desmond Bishop.
June 20, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Giants Free Agency: Five Additions Who Will Have to Step Up

With high expectations, Cullen Jenkins signs a three year contract on March 11. Photo courtesy of  Frank Gray BGB Editor It has been a difficult off season so far for fans of the New York Giants. Between the waiting for negotiations with Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks to the mass exodus of veterans like Osi Umenyiora and Chase Blackburn, fans have had a hard...
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April 02, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Free Agents: The Top 10 Defensive Linemen

10) Cullen Jenkins (Signed with Giants)Cullen Jenkins was a victim of the Eagles' purge of their failed free agency class of two years back. Notching 9.5 sacks and starting all 32 games as an Eagle, he continues to hold value as an interior pass rusher. He'll generate little interest for most 3-4 fronts, but should have a small secondary market among 1-gapping teams once...
Via Football Nation
March 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles 2013 Draft Prospect: Alabama Nose Tackle Jesse Williams

In releasing Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins, the Eagles have limited options along their defensive line. Add in the new defensive scheme that will be put in place and there are even more questions about who will end up playing where come Week One. Regardless, the Eagles are going to need to add some depth in both the draft and free agency. One option in the draft may be Alabama...
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March 11, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Giants Free Agency: Why Adding Cullen Jenkins is Not a Sign of Things to Come

New York Giants signed former Packers and Eagles DT Cullen Jenkins to a three year-$8 Million deal. Photo courtesy of AP Frank Gray BGB Editor Late last night the New York Giants came to terms with veteran Cullen Jenkins, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles. This was an extremely important move for three reasons. First, the team needed to bulk up in their interior defense...
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March 11, 2013  |  1 Comment

Cullen Jenkins Signs with Giants

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March 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Reports: Giants reach agreement with Jenkins

Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins is a free agent no more. According to, Jenkins signed a three-year deal with the New York Giants for 8 million, with 3 million guaranteed. Jenkins, 32, was released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 25 and had garnered some interest around the NFL. With Green Bay's defensive line needing a boost, the Packers...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 10, 2013  |  Discuss
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