Giants reinstate CB Janoris Jenkins after he week suspension

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The Pro Bowl player has 24 tackles and one interception, which he returned 43 yards for a touchdown this season. It was the most points NY had allowed at home since 1964, and its 1-7 start to the season is its worst since starting 1-8 in 1980. Jenkins failed to notify the Giants of his whereabouts and thus was suspended by Ben McAdoo.

The Giants on Tuesday announced they have reinstated the cornerback from a brief suspension.

During halftime of "Sunday Night Football", NBC's Rodney Harrison suggested the Giants do not respect their head coach.

"As a member of this team, there are standards and we have responsibilities and obligations", McAdoo said in a statement last week. But still, given how poorly this season has gone, it wouldn't be shocking to see NY move on to a new coach in this offseason. Jenkins did not play in the 51-17 loss to the Rams and lost $758,823 - one game check off his 2017 base salary of $12.9 million. The Giants are 1-7 this season.

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Jenkins, 29, was a key free-agent acquisition past year.

The Giants also re-acquired linebacker Deontae Skinner, who was most recently on the Raiders' practice squad.

Jenkins, 29, recorded an interception for a touchdown against the Denver Broncos on October 15 and has 24 tackles in six games this season.

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