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Not only have the 49ers brought in enough veteran receiver talent to bury Jenkins on the roster, but he has been very underwhelming in minicamps and OTAs.
According to Grant Cohn of The Press Democrat, Jenkins has a ton of work to do before training camp opens in less than a month:
The Niners' first-round pick looked like one of the worst wide receivers on the field most of minicamp. He didn't play with the first- or second-team offense on Tuesday, and he didn't catch a pass in scrimmages on Wednesday. He had trouble staying on his feet all three days, which was odd considering it was a non-contact minicamp.
The good news is that this seems to be more of a conditioning issue, which is correctable. Plus, the 49ers signed enough wide receivers to survive a season without much contribution from Jenkins anyway.
Still, it is always worrisome when bottom dwellers on the roster are out-playing your first-round pick. Even if Randy Moss was not on the roster, it looks like he would have a tough time beating out the likes of Kyle Williams.
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