No big surprises on the Saints’ inactive list for Saturday’s wild-card matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.
Posts Tagged ‘Malcolm Jenkins’
Posted: Sunday, January 2nd, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brian Williams, Bryant McFadden, Calvin Johnson, Chris Harris, Chris Ivory, Corey Hilliard, Dannell Ellerbe, Danny Woodhead, Ed Reed, Elbert Mack, Haloti Ngata, Jimmy Graham, Josh Wilson, Kenny Britt, Major Wright, Malcolm Jenkins, Maurice Stovall, Maurkice Pouncey, Max Jean-Gilles, Michael Oher, Nick Roach, Rich Seubert, Sean Witherspoon, Vincent Jackson, Week 17 injuries 2011, Yeremiah Bell
A look at some of the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 17, starting wtih updates on Michael Oher and Haloti Ngata of the Ravens.
The Saints can be thankful for this: Reggie Bush is back.
Posted: Sunday, November 7th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adam Koets, Andy Reid, Austin Collie, Bill Belichick, Chris Ivory, Cliff Avril, Dan Connor, Darnell Dockett, Darren Sharper, David Diehl, Jason Hanson, Jeremy Shockey, Jim Schwartz, Jonathan Stewart, Julius Peppers, Kenny Iwebema, Kerry Rhodes, Lovie Smith, Malcolm Jenkins, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Max Jean-Gilles, Nate Allen, Roddy White, Rolando McClain, Roscoe Parrish, Ryan Mathews, Sean Payton, Steve Gregory, Steven Gostkowski, Todd McClure, Tyrell Sutton, Tyrone Culver, Tyvon Branch, Week 9 injuries 2010
A quick recap at some of the notable injuries around the league in Week 9.
Darren Sharper remains optimistic as he rehabs from offseason microfracture surgery, but admitted he has “no idea” when he’ll return to the practice field.
Posted: Saturday, July 31st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Aaron Kampman, Antonio Bryant, Atari Bigby, Brian Hartline, Brian Waters, Cincinnati Bengals, Darren Sharper, Davone Bess, Frank Tadych, Greg Camarillo, Jason Smith, Joey Galloway, Malcolm Jenkins, Marvin Lewis, Mike Sims-Walker, Morgan Burnett, Owen Daniels, Rodger Saffold, Roydell Williams, Stephen Tulloch, Terrell Owens
The level of concern over the health of Antonio Bryant might have to be raised after the Bengals revealed he has missed four straight practices.
The Saints received good news on the injury front Friday, when CB Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring), FS Darren Sharper (knee) and LB Jonathan Vilma (knee) all returned to practice, albeit in limited fashion.
Posted: Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bobby McCray, Darren Sharper, Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts, Jeremy Shockey, Jerraud Powers, Jonathan Vilma, Malcolm Jenkins, New Orleans Saints, pierre thomas, Roman Harper, Super Bowl XLIV, Will Smith
The Colts and Saints submitted their first practice reports Wednesday with some important players missing from action as both teams begin preparations for Super Bowl XLIV.
Saints safety Darren Sharper (knee) and WR Robert Meachem (ankle) returned to practice on Thursday on a limited basis, while TE Jeremy Shockey (knee) and CB Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring) missed practice for the second consecutive day.
The Saints were without FS Darren Sharper (knee), TE Jeremy Shockey (right knee), WR Robert Meachem (left ankle) and CB Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring) at Wednesday’s practice.
The real pressure point of the first round is coming in the second quarter, with picks 8 through 12 all unsigned to this point. That span includes the player who has been absent from his camp the longest thus far — defensive end Aaron Maybin has missed the Bills’ first week of practice. It also includes a wide receiver who many believed would go in the top five (Michael Crabtree of the 49ers) and the first running back selected in the draft (Knowshon Moreno of the Broncos).
Usama Young was a man without a position after the Saints selected Ohio State CB Malcolm Jenkins 14th overall in the NFL draft. But not any longer. The Times Picayune reports that Young will move to free safety — a position change he welcomes.
Coach Mike Tomlin, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau and director of football operations Kevin Colbert were among the representatives from the Super Bowl winners at the Ohio State Pro Day in Columbus, Ohio.