Jenkins talks return, singles out top 2 WRs

Read on to see everything safety Rayshawn Jenkins is saying a few days into fall camp.

On how optimistic he is:
I’m very optimistic. I don’t pay attention to the outside. They’re not in here working with my coaches and teammates. I keep God first. He showed me his presence and that makes me very optimistic.

On the upside of this safety group:
It can be very good. We get on each other every day. If we see someone slacking, we get on them and hold them accountable. We want to get the full potential out of everyone.

On the rehab process…
“It was very hard as far as consistency. You really have to stay on top of it to avoid a set back. I feel really good right now and have had no problems up to this point. I just feel very strong.”

On maturing…
“The last time I played, I was 19 years old. I was a little immature and I didn’t really want to study. I wasn’t training like a pro. Now I take every thing serious. I'm a pro, I get here at 5:30 in the morning, stretch and do everything I need to do to feel comfortable.”

On hardest receivers to go against…
“Probably Malcolm Lewis and Herb Waters. They’re very shifty off the line, especially Malcolm Lewis, you never know what you're going to get out of him. Herb’s releases are crazy, he has different releases and he has speed down the field.”


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