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October 31, 2011

Mike Jenkins injures hamstring

Mike Jenkins is getting sick of this, but he's hurt again. The Cowboys cornerback suffered a hamstring inury in the second half of the Cowboys' loss on Sunday night.

He's fought through a shoulder injury and a stinger as well.

He said after the game that he suffered the hamstring injury just running on a deep coverage route. That he felt it and had to come out. He said he will be re-evaluated on Monday.

- Mac Engel


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Thanks for sharing!

Mike Jenkins is the SOFTEST player in the NFL. Like Felix Jones, Jenkins is not someone you can count on from game to game. He can't cover, he can't tackle AND he is injury prone. The quicker the cowboys find a permanent replacement, the better.

Not the worst news. He's not really that good anyway. Id rather have Ball and Walker in the game. In other words Jenkins sucks!

shouldnt behuelr be the punter, after all what is he doing anyways?

WE are TIRED of HIM avoiding tackles and getting smoked

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