Jets’ Jenkins finds his center in the kitchen

New York Jets nose tackle Kris Jenkins feels just as comfortable in the kitchen working over a hot stove as he does busting through an offensive line on a Sunday afternoon.

Greg Bishop of The New York Times explains:

“Kris Jenkins plays nose tackle, eating space in the interior of the Jets’ defense with his wide frame. He outweighs most players in the N.F.L., so his story always involves cuisine,” writes Bishop.

But food means more to Jenkins than it does to most football players, even 350-pound ones.” More

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