EAST RUTHERFORD – Janoris Jenkins said he has not spoken to his brother since his arrest for serious homicides because he allegedly died at the Giants' Star home in New Jersey in late June.  "I did not talk to him, to be honest," Jenkins said. "But I'll see where his head is, so far that I'm leaving the field."
William Jenkins, who is the older brother of Janoris, is accused of Roosevelt Rene, a hip-hop artist and friend of Janoris, who bore the stage name Trypps Beatz. Renes body was discovered in the house of the fair Lawn, which belonged Janoris, which was in Florida at that time.
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"It's shocking," said Jenkins. "But I still have to get out and play football, and right now my main focus is getting better with my teammates every day and staying focused."
William Jenkins had been arrested at least seven times before burglaries, battery and drug charges in New York and Florida before the manslaughter charge. He was arrested in New York one day after the body was discovered.
Williams's first appearance on the indictment is unknown.
Other than a social media message saying that he can not answer questions Due to an ongoing investigation, Janori's mother stayed with the incident until Sunday. Even then, his message was clear in the team setup: The Cornerback of the Giants No. 1
"My main focus was always on football," said Jenkins. "I can not control everything that happened because I was not there, I'm just coming back, I'm coming back, I'm coming with my team and I'm excited to be here."
In social networks, Jenkins Rene called "a good friend" and said it "really hurts my heart to know that he died." The two worked together on music.
"I'll do it," Jenkins said when asked if he wanted to release the music to honor Rene. "But right now I'm concentrating on football, which will come out later when it's all over."
Neither coach Pat Shurmur nor Giants co-owner John Mara seemed to be very worried about Jenkins' state of mind
"I talked to Janoris," Shurmur said, "and he's fine. if someone dies, but I talked to Janoris and he was in Florida at the time.
"I told him hello, I talked to him briefly," Mara said, "but I have no in-depth conversation with him personally
As for Jenkins, is it difficult to separate football from his personal life?
"It's difficult," Jenkins said, "things are going to happen in life. Some things you can not control. It's just one of those situations. "
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