Jenkins got work with the starting offensive with Donnie Avery excused for personal reasons, ESPN.com reports. Jenkins is fighting for a spot in the receiver rotation, and was listed as the backup at the second receiver spot on the team's first official depth chart.
“I think you saw what he can do there,” Reid told the Kansas City Star. "You saw it again in the playoff game. He’s a capable player. I thought he made big strides last year."
Jenkins was San Francisco's first-round pick in 2012.
Jenkins finishes the regular season with eight catches for 130 yards and no touchdowns.
Hemingway was the most successful of the bunch, catching three passes for 42 yards and a touchdown. McCluster caught five balls for 43 yards. He also carried the ball once, but did not pick up any yards. Jenkins caught three passes for 35 yards, but had a killer drop on a long play in the third quarter. They'll take on Washington Week 14. Avery caught two passes for 16 yards.
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