Kris Jenkins

Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 360
College: Maryland
Birth Place: Ypsilanti, Michigan
Draft: 2001 2nd round (13th pick) by the
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    Sheldon Richardson: Locker room better without Brandon Marshall

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson says the New York Jets' locker room is a better place without wide receiver? Brandon Marshall. Richardson, who nearly came to blows with Marshall last season after a Week 3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, took a belated parting shot Tuesday on the first day of OTA practices. "The locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now," Richardson told reporters. Asked to elaborate, he smiled and said, "Man oh man, y'all are thirsty. Let's just say I've got 15 reasons why it's better." That was a reference to Marshall, who wore No. 15. Marshall requested his release after the season and signed with the New York Giants. He didn't return

  • Pryor was a no-show as Jets began OTAs

    Pryor was a no-show as Jets began OTAs

    Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Even after the Jets drafted safeties in the first and second rounds last month, head coach Todd Bowles insisted there was still a place for Calvin Pryor. He talked about his plans to use three safeties in some defensive packages. And he seemed to believe Pryor could handle the increased competition, too. "If you're afraid of competition," Bowles said earlier this month, "you don't need to be here." On Tuesday, the first day of organized team activities (OTAs) for the Jets, the 24-year-old Pryor wasn't here. That's not to say that he's afraid of the competition he'll surely get from Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, the Jets' first-

  • Beckham lands record endorsement deal with Nike

    Beckham lands record endorsement deal with Nike

    BAYONNE, N.J. - Aldrick Rosas may be a complete unknown to just about everyone outside the Giants organization, but it sounds like he's made quite an impression on his new team this spring. "He's having one of the most memorable offseasons that I can recall," Giants long-time long-snapper Zak DeOssie said in an interview with SNY. "On that note, it's a different thing when they're kicking in front of an entire stadium. But I have full faith in him that he can get the job done." That's quite a compliment coming from the 11-year veteran, especially for a first-year player who has yet to kick in an NFL game. But the Giants seem to have a strong belief in the 22-year-old who last kicked regularly