Count Malcolm Jenkins among the players reporting for mandatory minicamp this week.
The Philadelphia Eagles safety reported because of his team bodily and will attend minicamp, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported, per a source informed of the situation.
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ESPN first reported the news.
Jenkins has skipped voluntary workouts this year, presumably in hopes of getting a contract. The 31-year-old has two years left on his contract worth roughly $8 million per season.
Tyrann Mathieu and Landon Collins re-set the cap of the security market this offseason, generating $14 million each year. Players closer to Jenkins’ age, like Lamarcus Joyner and Harrison Smith, are earning north of $10 million each year.
Jenkins reporting is a good sign to start minicamp, but it remains to be seen if the Eagles will give their secondary leader the pay-bump he attempts.

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