The Cowboys have said that they’re not interested in trading cornerback Mike Jenkins, but that might have changed. The Colts have reportedly made multiple trade offers.
There have been numerous reports that Jenkins, who is going into the final year of his contract, wants to be traded.
When it comes to cornerback Mike Jenkins, well, he has zero leverage. And not much more cred.
The Dallas Cowboys begin OTAs on Tuesday, but cornerback Mike Jenkins will not be there because he wants to be traded, sources told a local newspaper.
Dallas linebacker Sean Lee, cornerback Mike Jenkins and punter Mat McBriar left the game against the Philadelphia Eagles with injuries on Sunday night.
Walker has played in 93 games over an eight-year career with the Giants, Packers, Ravens and Vikings. He went to training camp with the Titans.
The game pits Jets coach Rex Ryan against twin brother Rob, Cowboys’ defensive coordinator. Rex leads 5-3 in sibling rivalry, which dates to their college coaching days.
Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has returned to practice and right tackle Tyron Smith was partially suited up the day after each left practice with knee injuries.
The Dallas Cowboys’ two biggest areas of concern going into the opener — cornerback and offensive line — just became more of a problem.
Peyton Manning had two interceptions returned for touchdowns Sunday and his fourth of the day set up David Buehler for a 38-yard field goal that gave Dallas a 38-35 victory in overtime.