Two months back, the 32-year-old Jenkins signed a two-year contract with the Titans supposedly worth $15 million.
Jenkins stated through his social media accounts. He is asking the Atlanta airport to offer him with a new car within a week and alerting others not to park their cars and truck there.
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Tennessee Titans cornerback Janoris Jenkins reported a missing car to the Atlanta authorities on Wednesday … his Rolls Royce
NFL star Janoris Jenkins returned from an off-season trip to Florida just to discover that his 2016 Rolls Royce went missing out on from the Atlanta airport.
The Tennessee Titans brand-new cornerback parked his cars and truck at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport prior to catching a flight to Florida on May 5. This was tape-recorded on video southern economy lot, but there is apparently no video of the lorry leaving. Without any evidence, when and how the car was taken, and by whom, stays a secret.
Jenkins asking Atlanta airport to replace taken Rolls Royce.
Jenkins was not delighted that airport personnel revealed little empathy when he reported his $250,000 automobile missing out on.
“They gave me the total runaround!” Jenkins said through his social media accounts. He is asking the Atlanta airport to provide him with a new automobile within a week and alerting others not to park their automobile there.
The Atlanta Police Department has been alerted about the theft.
Two months earlier, the 32-year-old Jenkins signed a two-year agreement with the Titans apparently worth $15 million. Of that, $7.5 million is guaranteed. Previously, he has played with the New Orleans Saints, New York Giants and St. Louis Rams.
We emphasize with Jenkins circumstance, and we hope it gets solved quickly. But next time, we hope he gets thorough vehicle insurance.