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NFL.com: Malcolm Jenkins beaten on route by high schooler at camp.

New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins lined up opposite a high schooler on Saturday, and the kid beat the pro -- twice.

As a reward for his opponent, Jenkins surrendered his cleats.

The challenge unfolded at the two-day

Malcolm Jenkins Foundation Football Camp in Jenkins' hometown of Piscataway, N.J.

On hand for the dusting were

Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Saints safety Roman Harperand St. Louis Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis -- and none of them could let the opportunity go unnoticed.

Not really TATF, but still funny.

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Malcolm Jenkins' own Aints teammate, Roman Harper, who witnessed the schooling first hand tweeted: "when keeping it real goes bad!!"

and a pic of the High Schooler with Jenkins crappy cleats:

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LINK: https://twitter.com/Harp41/statuses/216627636619837440?tw_i=216627636619837440&tw_e=media&tw_p=tweetembed

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Atlanta needs to sign this kid so they can have a deep ball game.

Never mind the kid wouldn't have anyone to get the ball deep to him anyway.

I'll leave It to your expertise since your the expert on receiving It balls deep. Your cell mate, Big Bubba, must really appreciate that.

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That's your answer to your QB having no arm strength? rolleyes.gif

I am not the least bit worried about Matt's arm. The arm strength argument is idiotic. You worry about getting your QB's arm signed. Looka like shooting Nyquil ads will be the only action he'll be getting this offseason.

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Unfortunately for NOLA the whole world is about to take advantage of their mediocre safeties. Neither are good in coverage and now Harper won't have GW's blitz happy defense to keep him out of coverage.

If Greer regresses this year and Robinson doesn't progress the Saints could repeat as the worst pass defending football team in the league

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Unfortunately for NOLA the whole world is about to take advantage of their mediocre safeties. Neither are good in coverage and now Harper won't have GW's blitz happy defense to keep him out of coverage.

If Greer regresses this year and Robinson doesn't progress the Saints could repeat as the worst pass defending football team in the league

You forgot to mention how Curtis Lofton is now a starting LB for them, too.

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So he chose to play for a team that won't make the playoffs for many years to come.

I guess we will see about that. In his opinion he made a choice he thought would give him a better chance.

What will be the excuse, when the Saints remain a dominant team in the NFC, and all your hopes of a demise were premature?

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