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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Will play Sunday

    Jenkins (knee) is active Sunday against the Falcons, John Hendrix of reports. Jenkins was considered questionable after logging limited practices Thursday and Friday. The 33-year-old veteran hasn't missed a snap since Week 2 and will try to keep that streak going Sunday.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Restructures deal

    Jenkins agreed Wednesday to restructure his contract with the Saints, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jenkins' restructured contract will save the Saints roughly $3.4 million in cap space in 2021. With New Orleans' cap situation being so tight -- especially in a rare offseason where the overall salary cap has actually decreased -- it's not surprising to see the team continue to rely on such methods. Drew Brees, Wil Lutz, Demario Davis and Cameron Jordan had all agreed to restructured contracts prior to Jenkins.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Timely fumble recovery in loss

    Jenkins finished with five tackles (four solo), a tackle for a loss and a fumble recovery in the Saints' 24-21 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Jenkins provided the Saints' only forced turnover in this one, and his fumble recovery came at an opportune time. Trailing by 10 with under two minutes to play, Jenkins recovered an untimely Jalen Hurts fumble to set up a New Orleans touchdown that brought the team within a field goal of tying it up. Though the Saints ultimately lost the game, Jenkins helped put the team in position to make it a game. He'll get the Chiefs in Week 15 where he'll have the undesirable task of covering Kansas City's lightning-fast wideouts.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Records sack in win

    Jenkins totaled eight tackles (five solo), two passes defended, one sack, and a tackle for a loss in the Saints' 26-23 OT win over the Bears on Sunday. Jenkins came away with his second sack of the season and finished second in tackles in this one. Through seven games, he's averaging six tackles per contest and will be needed against a high-powered Buccaneers offense in Week 9.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Good to go Monday

    Jenkins (knee) won't carry an injury tag into Monday's game versus the Chargers. Jenkins was limited in practice all week, which is enough for the safety to avoid missing his first game since 2013. The 32-year-old safety has played every snap through four games and recorded 27 tackles, a sack and three pass breakups. With Janoris Jenkins (shoulder) ruled out and Marshon Lattimore (hamstring) questionable, Jenkins' work in coverage will be even more important Monday.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Five tackles in Week 4 win

    Jenkins recorded five tackles (all solo) and a pass defended in the Saints' 35-29 win over the Lions on Sunday. After leading the Saints in tackles in Week 4, Jenkins finished second to C.J. Gardner-Johnson in that category in Week 5. He continues to be a strong presence in New Orleans' secondary.
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  • Saints' Malcolm Jenkins: Leads team in tackles

    Jenkins recorded nine tackles (seven solo) and a tackle for a loss in the Saints' 37-30 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Jenkins paced the Saints in tackles Sunday, staying busy against a powerful Green Bay defense. He's up to 22 tackles on the season and is on pace to break the career-high 109 he set in that category in 2015 while with the Eagles.
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  • Malcolm Jenkins: Option won't be exercised

    The Eagles announced Tuesday that Jenkins' $7.85 million team option for 2020 has been declined. The 32-year-old, who hasn't missed a regular-season game since 2013, logged 81 tackles, 2.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in 2019, his sixth season with the Eagles. The six-foot, 204-pound safety should have no problem catching on elsewhere in the coming days, given the durability and leadership he can bring to his next team's secondary.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Prepared to hold out

    Jenkins relayed that he won't play for the Eagles on his current deal in 2020, Tim McManus of reports. Jenkins is scheduled to make $7.85 million in 2020 during the final year of his contract, but if he doesn't get a new deal, he doesn't plan on playing. The market for safeties is shifting, as Earl Thomas -- who turns 31 in May -- is set to make $15 million next season, and Landon Collins signed for a similar annual payout last March. Jenkins played every defensive snap in 2019 and recorded 81 tackles, 2.5 sacks, eight pass breakups and four forced fumbles.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Big tackling day in finale

    Jenkins notched nine tackles (eight solo), one defended pass and one forced fumble during Sunday's win over the Giants. Jenkins has handled 100 percent of defensive snaps for Philadelphia this season, and he'll continue playing his every-down role in Sunday's wild-card playoff round against the Seahawks. The veteran concludes the regular season with 81 tackles (63 solo), 2.5 sacks, eight defended passes, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Records two sacks in loss

    Jenkins logged six tackles (two solo) and two sacks in Sunday's 17-9 loss to Seattle. After a slow start to the year, Jenkins now has all 2.5 of his sacks on the year in his last three games. He is up to 52 tackles (38 solo) on the season.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Paces team in tackles in loss

    Jenkins recorded eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 38-20 loss to the Vikings. He also defensed a pass and forced a fumble. Sunday marked Jenkins' first game of the year with more than four tackles. Despite playing every snap on defense this season, the 31-year-old has logged just 26 tackles (20 solo). That's well off the pace of last year's 97 and more similar to his 2016 and 2017 seasons, campaigns when he logged 72 and 76 tackles, respectively.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Adds 11 more tackles

    Jenkins had 12 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 30-23 win over the Rams. Jenkins had two tackles for loss, as the Eagles were able to force three turnovers by the Rams offense. The 30-year-old has now reached double-digit tackles in back-to-back weeks to bring his season tackle total to 88.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Grabs first interception

    Jenkins had six tackles (five solo), an interception and a forced fumble in Sunday's win over the Giants. Jenkins showed up as a playmaker late in the second quarter as he jarred the ball loose from Bennie Fowler -- unfortunately the ball bounced out-of-bounds before being recovered. He took a field-goal attempt away two plays later when he recorded the interception. The 30-year-old has 64 tackles (51 solo), three forced fumbles and an interception through 11 games, and has another divisional matchup with the Redskins next week.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Should play through wrist issue

    Jenkins was a full participant at Wednesday's practice despite a wrist injury, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Jenkins was a late addition to the injury report, but his full participation should quell any major concerns. The 30-year-old was sporting a wrap/light cast on his right wrist Wednesday, but the injury shouldn't affect his availability for Sunday's game at New Orleans.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Recovered from thumb surgery

    Jenkins (thumb) was a full participant during the Eagles' offseason program, Jimmy Kempski of reports. Jenkins underwent surgery on one of his thumbs in March, but the procedure was never expected to keep him sidelined for long. The veteran safety will open training camp as the leader of the Eagles secondary after averaging 84 tackles and 10 pass breakups in his four seasons since arriving in Philadelphia.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Fails to score in 2017

    Jenkins finished the 2017 regular season with 76 tackles (63 solo), a sack, two interceptions and eight passes defensed across 16 games. Jenkins played all 16 games for the fourth consecutive year. Perhaps this longevity helped get him elected to his second Pro Bowl because, statistically speaking, he virtually repeated his 2016 season. The only major difference was his failure to score a defensive touchdown, marking just the second of eight pro seasons in which he has failed to find the end zone. He is now on the wrong side of 30 and has limited upside in IDP leagues.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Active in win

    Jenkins picked up nine tackles (four solo) in the Eagles' 34-29 victory over the Giants on Sunday. Jenkins' tackle total marked his highest since Week 7 and second biggest total of the season. The 29-year-old strong safety was one of three Eagles defenders to participate in all 88 defensive snaps. He figures to be in line for another heavy workload in the Eagles' Week 16 matchup against the Raiders, as the team hopes to lock up home field advantage for the playoffs.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Ruled out Thursday

    Jenkins (hamstring) will not play in Thursday's preseason matchup with the Buccaneers. Jenkins has been out of practice for a week now, after suffering a hamstring injury last Thursday. He'll be held out of the team's preseason opener, but isn't expected to see a lengthy absence, so a return to practice in the near future isn't out of the question. Chris Maragos is expected to take his spot in the starting lineup for the time being.
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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Misses practice Monday

    Jenkins missed Monday's practice due to a hamstring injury, Matt Lombardo of reports. Jenkins went down with the injury last Thursday during practice and has not taken the field since. The 28-year-old safety is in danger of missing Thursday's preseason opener, with Monday being the team's last full practice session.
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