Malcolm Jenkins RUMORS & NEWS

  • Eagles' Jenkins says he will raise his fist all season for reform, not protest

    CBS Sports "Weeks after teammate Chris Long declared support for his demonstration during the national anthem, Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said Wednesday that he will be raising his fist before every one of his team's games in the 2017 season, not for protest but "for racial equality and a..." September 07

  • Chris Long to Malcolm Jenkins: 'I'm here for you'

    CSN Philly "Eagles defensive end Chris Long became the first white professional athlete to actively participate in the national anthem demonstrations designed to cast a light on racial and social injustices. Before the Eagles' preseason game against the Bills on Thursday, Long put his arm around safety..." August 18

  • Eagles player says he'll protest the national anthem, even if Kaepernick doesn't

    CBS Sports "It looks like the movement started by Colin Kaepernick last season isn't going to end during the 2017 season just because he's out of football. Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins revealed this week that he'll be protesting during the national anthem again in 2017 after also protesting in 2016. Like..." August 13

  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins calls teams 'cowards' for not signing Colin Kaepernick

    Bleacher Report "Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins believes any team shying away from signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick is a coward. Jenkins offered these pointed comments about Kaepernick's continued unemployment in an interview with Martin Frank of the News Journal: "This is just some other..." August 03

  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Colin Kaepernick's anthem protest 'genius, sparked conversation'

    ESPN "Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins was skeptical of Colin Kaepernick's chosen form of protest at first. He believed that the resulting focus would be on the demonstration itself -- declining to stand for the national anthem -- rather than the cause for which he was demonstrating. "It's..." June 02

  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins visits Congress to push criminal justice reforms "Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins traded his shoulder pads for a notepad Thursday as he and three other NFL players met with members of Congress to urge them to make the criminal justice system more fair and to focus on improving the relationship between law enforcement and minority..." March 31