As NFL Network's Ian Rapaport reported on Rap Sheet, all signs point to the cornerback attending mandatory minicamp despite his sincere wish to wear a helmet without a star on it come September.
Of course, the question is what Jenkins' angle is here. If he's gotten over an offseason in which Dallas signed cornerback Brandon Carr then traded up to draft another in Morris Claiborne, so be it. But if he still wants out, Rapoport disagrees with the strategy.
"(If) he wants to be traded, this is the wrong move," he wrote of Jenkins, who is currently rehabbing a shoulder injury and wouldn't be on the field at minicamp. "He shouldnât risk injury (whenever he plays), which would weaken his hand. If he stays away, my view is that it forces the team to listen to him. But weâll see."