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'NFL Total Access' recap: Is Janoris Jenkins ready for the leap?

Did you miss Tuesday's edition of "NFL Total Access" on NFL Network? Catch up with this recap:

Jenkins primed for big Year 2

St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins joined us from Nike headquarters. He said the best advice he would give the new rookies is to surround yourself with quality people and to compete in practice every day. Jenkins also said rookie Tavon Austin has all the qualities to be a great receiver -- Austin just has to put in the work.

Which QB is destined for most Super Bowl rings?

Based on Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's comments about winning more Super Bowls than Terry Bradshaw, we pondered which current quarterback could finish with more than Bradshaw, who won four rings. Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning were all listed.

Challenges of offseason

Shaun O'Hara and Brian Baldinger were asked about challenges that face players while they're away from their teams. O'Hara said that his coaches always tried to have players ask themselves, "Is this going to hurt the team?" Brian brought up the lack of structure for the players during this time of the year. All year long their lives are scheduled for them and now they have nothing but time.

Bradford enters key season

Has the Rams' offense put enough pieces around QB Sam Bradford? Baldinger says if Bradford's going to make the jump, now's the time. O'Hara isn't sure if Bradford's more like David Carr or Alex Smith. This is the first time he's coming into a second season with the same offensive coordinator, which will help him, but O'Hara still belives the Rams are without a true No. 1 receiver.

Watt ready for greatness?

Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing believes J.J. Watt has the potential to be the best defensive player in NFL history.

Johnson a fast runner

Chad Johnson has been unable to find a new team and remains a free agent, but hasn't given up hope. A video of him running really fast on a treadmill made waves on the Internet on Tuesday.

Be sure to tune in to "NFL Total Access" Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

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