Former Eagles safety and franchise legend Malcolm Jenkins is no longer a wearer of midnight green, but it's clear he still has lots of love for his guys here in Philly.
Jenkins recently participated in an Instagram Live Q&A session with fashion channel Style Sold Separately to talk about his fashion life - and also his football life.
At one point, an intriguing question was proposed: Which Eagles teammate will Jenkins miss the most, out of everyone he played with during his time in Philadelphia?
Unsurprisingly, Jenkins gave a fantastic answer that has us all the way in our feelings:
It's a lot of guys. I'd obviously point to Rodney [McLeod], who's been kind of like the little brother who pushes you to be great, because he's always trying to compete with you. But at the same time, when it comes to me as a leader, I know I've gotta be on my s**t because he's on his. Guys like him, who push me to be better.
"I'll miss Zach Ertz, who's somebody that I battled with every single day to hone my craft.
"But then it's like the personalities you'll miss. Brandon Graham - I don't know if you watched the 'All Or Nothing' - the dude didn't stop talking the entire season of the show. That's how he is, every single day. He's got energy, jokes around, he's smiling, and it's like - he don't even allow you to have a bad day. So people like that who you always want to have around.
"My DB coach who's now the D coordinator for the Lions, Cory Undlin, a guy who, I'll go to war for him any day. There are very few coaches in this league that are great teachers. They're good coaches, but not a lot of them are great teachers. But then also, rarely do you find a coach who truly, honestly runs his room like it's a family, cares about the men above the business, and he's one of them. It's been a pleasure for me to play with him for the last four or five years.
"So those are some guys, but you'll miss the whole locker room, man. Jalen Mills is another guy, for me, that's like my protege that, you know, I'm expecting big things out of him this year.
Malcolm, you're not making it any easier for Eagles fans to accept the fact that you're playing for the Saints this year.
I knew McLeod would be included, since the two seemed to be very close during their time as teammates. Ertz is a cool answer, considering the battles they likely shared during practices.
Graham makes sense, since everyone who's spent any amount of time in the Eagles' locker room knows just how fun the veteran is to be around. And the Mills answer makes sense, too, considering the interaction they shared as Jenkins left Philly.
Jenkins' answer about Undlin, however, definitely surprised me. Not that he would choose to mention a coach, or that he would choose a positional coach, but just how in-depth Jenkins went with this answer. It's clear that Undlin had the ear and the respect of the Eagles' defensive leader, which should make Lions fans feel pretty good.
Undlin often caught heat from Eagles fans during his time in Philly for the team's brutal inability to defend against big plays in the secondary, but at least it seems he was always on the players' side, which is pretty cool.
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