Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins (ACL surgery) has "hardly demonstrated the power that made him so impressive last summer," according to the Washington Times.
According to the Washington Post, Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins' (ACL surgery) "power and explosiveness" have returned this offseason.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins (ACL surgery) is participating in OTAs at full speed, with a brace on his surgically repaired right knee.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins (ACL surgery) revealed Wednesday that he has been medically cleared to resume football activities.
Pro Football Weekly suggests Jarvis Jenkins could open the season as the Redskins' starting left defensive end.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins (ACL surgery) is expected to participate in offseason conditioning work this spring.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins (injured reserve, torn ACL) underwent successful surgery on Wednesday, and has been given a recovery timeline of 4-to-6 months.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins has been diagnosed with a torn right ACL.
Redskins second-round DE Jarvis Jenkins said doctors told him "it feels like my ACL's a little loose" after going down in Thursday's preseason game.
Redskins DE Jarvis Jenkins went to the locker room with an apparent knee injury in the second quarter Thursday night.
The Redskins announced Friday that second-round pick Jarvis Jenkins would start their second preseason game over Adam Carriker.
Second-round DE Jarvis Jenkins has been the early star of Redskins camp.
The Redskins confirmed that second-rounder Jarvis Jenkins will be a two-gap end in Jim Haslett's 3-4 scheme.
Redskins selected Clemson DE Jarvis Jenkins with the No. 41 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.