Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins is expected to show up at the Dallas Cowboys’ minicamp this week. He may not participate in the offseason team activities, but he will be with the team, NFL.com reported.
The five-year veteran has been pushing for a trade during the off-season. However, as late as last week, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he has no intention of granting the cornerback’s wish. Jenkins would like an opportunity to compete for a starting job elsewhere.
Jenkins is scheduled to earn $1.05 million in the final year of the rookie contract he signed as a first-round pick in 2007. He underwent offseason shoulder surgery. He played through pain much of last season after suffering a dislocation.