Malcolm Jenkins

Malcolm Jenkins

Height: 6' Weight: 204 lbsAge: 31College: Ohio StateDrafted: #14 (1st Rd. by New Orleans)

2019 Outlook

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Malcolm Jenkins records seven total tackles

Malcolm Jenkins collected five solo tackles and two assisted tackles in the Philadelphia Eagles' Week 7 loss to the Carolina Panthers.

Fantasy Impact

Jenkins is the 40th-ranked DB to this point in the fantasy season. He's a low-end DB3.

Christopher Bunch34 weeks ago
Malcolm Jenkins records six total tackles in Week 6

S Malcolm Jenkins collected five solo tackles and one assisted tackle in the Philadelphia Eagles' Week 6 victory over the New York Giants.

Fantasy Impact

Jenkins, the 44th-ranked DB to this point, should have plenty of opportunities in the Eagles' defense to rack up tackles but hasn't kept pace with others at his position this season.

Christopher Bunch35 weeks ago
Malcolm Jenkins agrees to a contract extension through 2020

Malcolm Jenkins signed a new 5-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday. Terms of the deal have not yet been released, but it will likely save Philadelphia money against 2016's salary cap and keep Jenkins locked up until 2020.

Fantasy Impact

Malcolm Jenkins had a Pro Bowl season in 2016 and is well worth the new deal.Jenkins finished last season with 109 tackes,10 passes defended, two interceptions, three forced fumbles and a touchdown. Philadelphia has a lot of holes to fill this offseason and extending Jenkins will assure the Eagles a top talent at the safety position for the next six years.

Malcolm Jenkins a leader in the Eagles secondary

Jenkins continues his strong play this season with a big interception this past week against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. It was Jenkins first interception on the season.

Fantasy Impact

Jenkins now has 33 solo tackles on the season, with 6 assists, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 interception and 4 pass defensed. Jenkins is finding ways to contribute all over the IDP stat sheet and will continue to be a solid play after the Eagles return from their Week 8 bye.

Malcolm Jenkins praises teams improvement on Press Coverage

Safety Malcolm Jenkins had this to say about the teams improvements in press coverage. "Last year, we tried to play a lot of press, but with bad technique, we just had guys running down the sideline." he went on to say "We're better at' press coverage this year."

Fantasy Impact

The Eagles have now parted ways with Brandon Boykin, Cary Williams, Bradley Fletcher and Nate Allen and have brought in some new blood with Byron Maxwell, Walter Thurmond, and rookies Eric Row and JaCorey Shepherd. The Eagles secondary has made some big changes in 2015 and it will be an interesting story line to follow throughout camp and into the start of the season.