Janoris Jenkins

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Height / Weight
5'10" / 190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 29, 1988 (31)
Experience
9th Season
Drafted
2012 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 39 (LAR)
College
North Alabama

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Janoris Jenkins News

Saints Sign Janoris Jenkins To Extension

The New Orleans Saints signed cornerback Janoris Jenkins to a two-year, $16.75 million contract extension on Wednesday, according to a source. So Jenkins will make $27 million overall for three years, with $10.2 million in guarantees. He'll have two option years after getting all the money he was owed for 2020 up front. The Saints can keep him for a $10 million base and a $1.2 million roster bonus in 2021 and a $5.25 million base and a $500,000 roster bonus in 2022. The 31-year-old played in just two games for New Orleans last year after coming over from the Giants, and he had five interceptions in his 15 games overall. He should be a full-time starter for the Saints in 2020.

Mar. 25th • 12:13 PM
Teams Interested In Janoris Jenkins, Gareon Conley

Teams are expressing interest in trading for both New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins and Oakland Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley with the cornerback market heating up with the Oct. 30 deadline quickly approaching. The Eagles, Patriots and Steelers are among the teams exploring their options. The Giants and Raiders are both well out of the race already and are in rebuilding mode, with the Raiders no secrets to trades, already dealing All-Pro defensive end Khalil Mack and wide receiver Amari Cooper. Neither Jenkins nor Conley have played very well this year, but they could be an upgrade for a team in need of secondary help.

Oct. 23rd • 9:38 PM
Janoris Jenkins Placed On IR

The New York Giants placed cornerback Janoris Jenkins (ankle) on Injured Reserve with an ankle injury, according to Jordan Raanan on Twitter. Jenkins performed well over the last two weeks after being called out by the coaching staff for a lack of effort in the previous weeks. Without Jenkins in the secondary, the Giants should be even more susceptible to the pass, and the deep ball in particular. The Giants face the Raiders in Oakland this week.

Nov. 29th • 7:11 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Brees
Taysom Hill
RB Alvin Kamara
Latavius Murray
LWR Michael Thomas
Deonte Harris
RWR Emmanuel Sanders
Bennie Fowler
SWR Tre'Quan Smith
Austin Carr
TE Jared Cook
Josh Hill
LT Terron Armstead
Will Clapp
LG Andrus Peat
Derrick Kelly
C Erik McCoy
Nick Easton
RG Cesar Ruiz
James Hurst
RT Ryan Ramczyk
Ethan Greenidge
LDE Cameron Jordan
Carl Granderson
LDT Sheldon Rankins
Malcom Brown
NT David Onyemata
Margus Hunt
RDE Marcus Davenport
Trey Hendrickson
SLB Alex Anzalone
Anthony Chickillo
MLB Kiko Alonso
Craig Robertson
WLB Demario Davis
Zack Baun
LCB Janoris Jenkins
P.J. Williams
SS Marcus Williams
C.J. Gardner-Johnson
FS Malcolm Jenkins
D.J. Swearinger
RCB Marshon Lattimore
Patrick Robinson
K Wil Lutz