Photo via Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images The article can also be found on the Chargers Wire! Los Angeles Chargers safety Rayshawn Jenkins discussed how he felt about his rookie season thus far […]
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Los Angeles Chargers safety Rayshawn Jenkins discussed how he felt about his rookie season thus far with the team’s official site Saturday, and made it clear that the playbook has been the most difficult part about the transition to the NFL.
After discussing what he likes about Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s scheme, Jenkins went on to ease any apprehension about his aptitude in proclaiming that he was “intelligent,” and “shouldn’t have a problem with it,” per the team’s site.
The former Hurricane seems to be doing all the right things on and off of the field early on with Los Angeles, however, he does face stiff competition for playing time in a new look Bolts secondary.
As such, Jenkins’ ability to digest and implement Bradley’s plays will be put to the test early and often at Chargers Park this offseason.
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