One other member of the Giants secondary has discovered himself in Ben McAdoo’s doghouse.
Cornerback Janoris Jenkins was suspended indefinitely Tuesday for a violation of staff guidelines, the group introduced. He’ll miss Sunday’s house recreation towards the Rams.
The Giants returned to apply following their bye week Monday, and Jenkins was not in attendance. McAdoo on the time cited private causes, saying Jenkins had been excused.
“At that time, neither myself nor any of the coaches had heard from Jackrabbit,” McAdoo stated in a press release. “I didn’t converse with him immediately till Tuesday morning.”
McAdoo added: “As a member of this workforce, there are requirements and we now have duties and obligations. Once we don’t fulfill these obligations, there are penalties. As I’ve stated earlier than, we don’t wish to deal with our workforce self-discipline publicly. There are occasions when it’s unavoidable, and that is a type of occasions.”
Jenkins’ ban is the newest scandal in a nightmarish season for the 1-6 Giants. Veteran cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was suspended by McAdoo three weeks in the past after leaving the sector in the course of the staff’s loss to the Chargers on Oct. eight, one in every of 4 infractions McAdoo cited.
Jenkins has damaged out of late after a sluggish begin to the season, recording his first interception — a decide-six — towards the Broncos on Oct. 15 and 9 tackles within the final two video games.