Chiefs hang onto Jarvis Jenkins

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The Chiefs are actually keeping some people who played defense for them last year.

According to a tweet from his agent, defensive tackle Jarvis Jenkins is returning to the team.

The 29-year-old Jenkins, a former second-rounder from Washington, landed with the Chiefs midseason in 2016 and has become a steady rotational lineman. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

The Chiefs have undergone a massive change, trading cornerback Marcus Peters and cutting linebacker Derrick Johnson and pass-rusher Tamba Hali already.

3 responses to “Chiefs hang onto Jarvis Jenkins

  1. jbaxt says:
    March 14, 2018 at 12:44 pm

    Ya, losing Tamba Hali was massive… What did he play, 20 snaps last year?


    lol I know I keep seeing no KC fans freak over Tamba and DJ being let go. They obviously haven’t watched a Chiefs game in three years.

  2. The Chiefs have undergone a massive change because they lost four players?

    The Patriots have lost just as many but the only comment is “Coupled with the other departures, Bill Belichick and company have plenty of work to do.”

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