"I kind of had an idea, but my symptoms went away," Jenkins said on Thursday. "So I kept it to myself."
Jenkins thinks the injury occurred in the second quarter when he and Darren McFadden met head-to-head at the line of scrimmage. Looking back a the replay, Jenkins appears to drop to his knees after making initial contact with McFadden. He did wrap up McFadden's legs and brought the running back down for a one-yard gain. Jenkins got right back up and showed no signs of a concussion after the play.
"No, I kept it to myself," Jenkins said after being asked if he told the team's medical staff. "I made them aware after the game."
There have been alarming statistics that have come out in recent years about head injuries in sports. The NFL has implemented new policies this year to remove players from the field if they show any symptoms of a possible concussion and even have an employee in the booth to specifically look for anyone who may have had his "bell rung".Read more... Join the Conversation...