Jenkins says he is focusing on Giants after friend’s death, brother’s arrest

New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins said Sunday he is focusing on the season in the wake of his friend’s death — and the subsequent charges against his brother — at the player’s home this summer.Jenkins spoke for the first time since Williams Jenkins Jr. was arrested on June 27 and charged with aggravated manslaughter in the death of Roosevelt Rene. Janoris Jenkins called the arrest of his brother “shocking.” Rene was found dead at Jenkins’ home in Fair Lawn, N.J., on June 25.”I haven’t talked to [my brother], to be honest,” he said on Sunday. “But I will to see where his head was at. As far as that, I’ll just leave that off the field.”Both William Jenkins and Rene were living at the home in June. Janoris Jenkins has said he was in Florida.He would not discuss the incident further in a news conference on Sunday.

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