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Malcolm Jenkins & Demario Davis announce community initiatives

Malcolm Jenkins hung up his helmet after the 2021 season but hasn’t retired from his role as a member of the New Orleans Saints’ community. The former safety gave away $1,500 scholarships to 22 seniors through The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation earlier this month.

“All the things that the game has given me and taught me, I’m just excited to apply those same lessons in other parts and facets of my life,” the two-time Super Bowl champion said in a promotional video. “When we first started the foundation back in 2010 here in the city of New Orleans, we had dreams of what we could make it. We only could speculate how many lives we could impact and what we could actually do.”

Jenkins was drafted by the Saints in 2009 out of Ohio State and spent five seasons with the team before a stint with the Philadelphia Eagles. He circled back to New Orleans for two years to end his career. The three-time Pro Bowler hails from New Jersey but has made it clear that the Big Easy is a second home.

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