Data Scout Notes: 2011: 1stC/1stM/PBiletnikoff...2010: NA
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Draft Scout A.J. Jenkins News
09/03/14 - WR A.J. Jenkins was back practicing with the Chiefs on Wednesday after being sidelined for the last five days because of a concussion suffered in the final preseason game. Jenkins was cleared to participate in practice and is on the road to be cleared to play on Sunday against Tennessee.
09/01/14 - WR A.J. Jenkins should be available to the Chiefs for the opener against Tennessee as he is making a quick recovery from a concussion suffered on August 28 at Green Bay. Jenkins did not practice on Monday, but head coach Andy Reid said he should be ready to play against the Titans.
08/29/14 - WR A.J. Jenkins left the Chiefs' final preseason game early in the second half with a concussion. Jenkins suffered the injury while covering a kickoff. Earlier in the game he made a diving 45-yard catch on a throw from quarterback Tyler Bray that set up one of just two touchdowns Kansas City managed against Green Bay.
12/30/13 - WR A.J. Jenkins caught three passes for 67 yards against San Diego after catching five passes for 63 yards in the season's first 15 games. It was the best game of his NFL career, and the performance included a 48-yard connection with quarterback Chase Daniel.
08/19/13 - Former first-round pick A.J. Jenkins was traded from the San Francisco 49ers to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin, another failed top pick.
Jenkins was a surprise selection at the bottom of the first round in 2012 and dropped the only pass intended for him in a regular season game as a rookie. His inconsistency continued in the first two weeks of preseason play. While leading 49ers' wide receivers in total snaps, he had only one catch; it resulted in a fumble.
"Things factor in, but it's longstanding -- football hasn't changed since the inception. The best players make the team," coach Jim Harbaugh said, outlining the 11 wide receivers San Francisco carried on its roster into last week's preseason game.