Jenkins tweets 'best news ever' after release


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The New York Giants moved on from Janoris Jenkins on Friday after the injured cornerback tweeted a slur toward a fan who had been critical of him earlier this week.

Giants head coach Pat Shurmur confirmed Friday that Jenkins refusal to sincerely apologize was the reason for his release. "If it offends anybody I'm sorry,". "From ownership to management to our football operations, we felt it was in the best interests of the franchise and the player".

He had one year left on a five-year deal worth almost $62 million, including $14.75 million that would have been due next season. Whatever. I'm not calling nobody no name or pick at nobody.

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New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins (20) runs with the ball after intercepting a pass from the New England Patriots during the first half at Gillette Stadium.

Shurmur's initial reaction was: "He shouldn't be tweeting during practice".

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"I really didn't seem so bad with it", Jenkins said. After the Giants lost to the Green Bay Packers 31-13 on December 1, he lamented that defensive coordinator James Bettcher did not assign him to cover the opponent's best receiver on all plays.

Since giving up three touchdowns in Week 3, the 31-year-old Jenkins has been playing at a high level. "Rabbit don't travel no more". He also was arrested in 2009 on misdemeanor affray charges after being involved in a fight and fleeing police.

Jenkins certainly has the right to speak how he wants to speak, but freedom of speech generally doesn't excuse one from the consequences of what is said. He has tallied 14 passes defended this year with four interceptions, no tackles for loss, and 45 solo tackles.

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