Giants CB Janoris Jenkins sustained a concussion in Sunday's loss to the Jets, according to multiple reports. The team gets a Week 11 bye, so we'll see about Jenkins' status heading into Week 12.
Giants CB Janoris Jenkins (ankle) is active for today's game against the Eagles. He's not much of an IDP option. His presence dings the fantasy outlook for Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery, but we factored that into our Week 3 rankings. That he was questionable after missing the Week 2 contest also indicates there's some re-injury risk to Jenkins this week.
Giants CB Janoris Jenkins (back) is active for today's game against Washington. He returns after missing last week's loss to Philly, but we'd be surprised if he plays the whole way in a game the Giants don't need.
Giants CB Janoris Jenkins (back) will be inactive for tonight's game against the Eagles. He's not a big loss for IDP owners. He does take some big-play upside away from the team D but doesn't kill the unit's fantasy outlook against a bad Philly offense.
Giants CB Janoris Jenkins left Sunday's win over the Lions early after taking a knee to the back. "I'm good. I'm fine," he told ESPN's Josina Anderson after the game, but Jenkins will have further testing to see if he'll miss further time. The Giants face a quick turnaround before Thursday night's trip to Philly.
Adam Schefter reports that the Giants have reached a deal with former Rams CB Janoris Jenkins. ESPN's Dan Graziano adds that Jenkins is expected to get more than $12 million per year. That's a hefty price for a cover man who has been inconsistent at best so far. Jenkins does have talent, though, and could boost a soft Giants secondary if motivated. He presents big-play upside as an IDP but doesn't make for a special fantasy option in most formats.
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