Janoris Jenkins screenshots PR rep’s text to mourn guy who died in his house


Pictured above is Janoris Jenkins’ tribute to a ‘friend’ named Trypps Beats who died in his house. I understand that a man has died, and that in itself is sad and tragic, however speaking in generalities I would think that a “true friend” would deserve more than an instagram post of a screenshot of a text that your PR guy sent you.

Roosevelt Rene, who was living in the house at the time with Janoris and Janoris’ troubled brother William Jenkins, was allegedly killed in a fight with William, who has been charged with manslaughter. Janoris was in Ft. Lauterdale, Florida when the incident occurred.

Janoris is no stranger to off-field issues going back to his time in college when he was kicked off the University of Florida Gator’s football team. Even though it seems that he had no real role in the incident, the Giants are likely wondering if he is someone they can still trust, as questions of who the people he surrounds himself with and his overall maturity still remain.

Janoris had a great first season with the Giants, but his play suffered along with the rest of the team in a disastrous 2017 season. He will have to perform well this year to warrant keeping under his current 5 year, $62.5 million contract.

Jameis Winston says grabbing woman Uber driver’s crotch is “uncharacteristic” of him

As reported on for close to a week now, Jameis Winston has been suspended 3 games for a 2016 incident where he groped his female Uber driver.

An incident, mind you, he once vehemently denied and was “certain that [he] did not make any inappropriate contact”.

You can read his full November 17th, 2017 denial here, and the full June 28th, 2018 apology here.

In the apology, Winston says it was ‘uncharacteristic’ of him to put the Uber driver in the position that he did. One could make the argument however that this is in fact very characteristic of Winston to put people in positions they do not feel comfortable in. Like when he told 5th grade girls Men are supposed to be strong and they need to be quiet and gentle. Or the time when he stood on a table in the student union at Florida State and yelled “f*** her right in the p***y”. I can also not fail to mention the time he made his Tampa Bay Buccaneer teammates uncomfortable, when he gave the eat a ‘W’ pregame speech before a 30-10 loss, a game in which he left due to injury then came back onto the field in the third quarter and started a fight.

So yes, Mr. Winston, this is quite characteristic of you.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Glazer family have stood behind Winston throughout the process, so we will see if their tune changes with the apology and the decision by Winston’s camp not to appeal the suspension. The Bucs picked up his 5th year option for 2019 worth $20 million in April, however barring injury they can cut ties with Winston before that money becomes guaranteed next March.