Jerrel Jernigan

#12WR,
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 189
Born:
College: Troy
Birth Place: Eufaula, Alabama
Draft: 2011 3rd round (19th pick) by the
  • Giants' Jarron Jones among undrafted rookies in most favorable situation
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    Giants' Jarron Jones among undrafted rookies in most favorable situation

    The New York Giants have repeatedly been praised and lauded for their job in the aftermath of the 2017 NFL Draft. While many experts were unimpressed with their overhaul haul in the draft itself, the same can not be said for their undrafted rookie free agents signings. In fact, that group has been declared by many to be among the best in the league. The praise for those additions continued earlier this week when NFL Network’s Lance Zierlein examined six undrafted rookies who now find themselves in the most favorable situation. Among them was Notre Dame defensive tackle Jarron Jones, who was picked up by Big Blue. Jarron Jones, DT, Giants College: Notre Dame The lowdown: There is no way around

  • Giants defense feeding off Janoris Jenkins' 'competitive fire'
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    Giants defense feeding off Janoris Jenkins' 'competitive fire'

    With Odell Beckham Jr. skipping organized team activities (OTAs), most headlines have focused on his absence. But that void has created an interesting dynamic for the New York Giants: cornerback Janoris Jenkins versus wide receiver Brandon Marshall. With Beckham on the west coast working out with Johnny Manziel, Cris Carter & Co.,  Jenkins has been matched up with Marshall in most one-on-one situations. The results? A fierce battle between two superstars whose only goal is to make the other one better. “He is special,” Marshall said of Jenkins. “I won one today and caught a go ball and then came back and he wiped that play out, and he just shut me down on an in-cut and a 15 yard comeback. There

  • New York Giants News, 5/30: OTAs Resume Tuesday, More
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    New York Giants News, 5/30: OTAs Resume Tuesday, More

    The New York Giants return to work on Tuesday as voluntary OTAs resume. There will be three sessions this week — Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Media will have access to the Friday workout. If you’re wondering about Odell Beckham Jr., there is no indication that his status has changed. Beckham did not attend any of the first three voluntary sessions, and told Kim Jones of NFL Network that he would attend the mandatory mini-camp in mid-June. The only way to read that is don’t hold your breath expecting him to attend any of these voluntary sessions. More Headlines Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com says “It doesn't matter that Odell Beckham Jr. has missed a few days of OTAs.“ Why hasn’t Colin Kaepernick