Janoris Jenkins

Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 198
College: North Alabama
Birth Place: Pahokee, Florida
Draft: 2012 2nd round (7th pick) by the
  • Steelers' Coty Sensabaugh on Giants: 'Maybe we'll see them in the Super Bowl'
    Giants Wire

    Steelers' Coty Sensabaugh on Giants: 'Maybe we'll see them in the Super Bowl'

    The New York Giants wanted cornerback Coty Sensabaugh to return for the 2017 season, but he ultimately ended up signing a two-year deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers instead. And during his introductory press conference in Pittsburgh, Sensabaugh admitted that it was a tough decision to leave Big Blue. “I loved my time there, I’m very thankful for the Giants,” Sensabaugh said. “They kinda saved me last year after my debacle with the Rams. I’m forever thankful to them. Maybe we’ll see them in the Super Bowl this year.” Sensabaugh acknowledged the Giants did make a push to re-sign him, but hinted that their salary cap situation prevented talks from progressing. He also pointed out that his familiarity

  • Los Angeles Times

    Kayvon Webster won a Super Bowl with the Broncos. The Rams hope he brings his winning pedigree to L.A.

    Peyton Manning and Champ Bailey influenced his work ethic and professionalism. Jack Del Rio and Wade Phillips taught him scheme. Kayvon Webster also learned a lot about winning during his four seasons with the Denver Broncos. The Rams’ pursued and signed Webster to possibly fill a gaping hole at cornerback, but they also added another desirable element: a Super Bowl pedigree. Webster played for Broncos teams that participated in two NFL championship games, including a victory in Super Bowl 50 two seasons ago. His experience around future hall of fame players such as now-retired Manning and Bailey, and Pro Bowl cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr. “kind of rubbed off on me,” Webster said

  • Analysis of Giants signing cornerback Valentino Blake
    Giants Wire

    Analysis of Giants signing cornerback Valentino Blake

    The New York Giants signed cornerback Valentino Blake on Monday and while this isn’t “instant” analysis, we will give you analysis nonetheless of a depth piece that the Giants added to their secondary. The Giants had lost nickel cornerback Coty Sensabaugh to the Pittsburgh Steelers despite their interest in retaining him, but they were able to replace him on the same day with Blake, who has been in the league since 2012. Blake has spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans before joining the Giants, so he knows how to come in and pick up a defense quickly. Blake is a depth piece, who will compete for snaps behind the Giants big three of cornerbacks that