Never before have you seen these words typed in an article by Titan Sized, To be frank, you may never see them said again, but it’s hard to resist. Get ready for an exclusive if you’re a Tennessee Titans fan.
“It must suck to be Janoris Jenkins right now”. That’s the headline. What do you guys think? That’s awesome journalism huh?
Okay, bear with us Tennessee Titans fans. We have a story to tell.
Okay, let’s back up. Perhaps, we should be a little more sensitive, but here’s what has happened. According to the man affectionately referred to as “Jackrabbit”, his Rolls Royce has been jacked, but get this. It’s been stolen right out of an airport parking lot.
Here’s his post from Instagram, one that was shared shortly after dinnertime on the East Coast on Wednesday, May 26th.
Welp, that’s why we all pay for insurance. For now, OTAs will have to wait and understandably so as one of the newer Titans tries to recover his vehicle. Though reporting for team activities is important, we can all forgive Mr. Jenkins if he’s a little late for work.
Hey, wouldn’t you call in at your job under these circumstances? You know the saying. “It takes six hours to make most vehicles, but it takes six months to manufacture a Rolls. Jackrabbit’s 2016 model is worth about $250,000.
Jenkins states that no one has any idea about his car’s whereabouts and that he’s been mistreated by the airport’s staff.
ESPN’s Titans Insider Turron Davenport detailed in his own report that Jenkins had returned from Florida, West Palm Beach to be exact, to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to learn that his vehicle wasn’t where he had parked it.
Let’s hope that this gets taken care of fairly quickly. While the staff here at Titan Sized empathizes with his situation, we’re dying for him to get on the field. As mentioned earlier, he’s one of the newer faces in the locker room, and with Tennessee saying goodbye to Kareem Orr on May 1st and both Adoree Jackson and Malcolm Butler before that, the hope is that Jenkins can get his playbook and get up to speed sooner rather than later.