Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins was in another state when a dead body was found in his home, but the first known person of interest in the case is someone he knows well.
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According to TMZ, Bergen County, New Jersey officials want to talk to his brother William Jenkins about the case. Being a person of interest in the case is not the same as being a suspect.

William Jenkins is a person of interest in relation to dead body case at his brother’s house. Bergen County wants to talk to him, Ontario County (New York) district attorney James Ritts told TMZ.

William Jenkins was arrested in upstate New York yesterday, hours before authorities found the dead body of Roosevelt Rene in the home of the Giants cornerback.

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The Chiefs released linebacker Tamba Hali in March after he spent the last 12 years with the team and it sounds like that will be the final act of Hali’s playing career.

The NFL drew an unfavorable opinion from 47 percent of voters (including 28 percent who went all Chris Harris Jr Authentic Jersey the way to very unfavorable), while 27 percent had a favorable opinion of the league. The survey included 1,200 registered voters and was conducted from June 8-17, and has a margin of error of less than 3 percent.

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The most positive opinions of the NFL were from black voters, who registered a 49 percent favorable and 24 percent unfavorable rating for the league. Hispanic voters went 29 percent favorable and 39 percent unfavorable, while white voters went 20 percent favorable and 55 percent unfavorable.