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SportJordan Jenkins threatened to kill Bills lineman after dirty block

18:56  10 december  2018
18:56  10 december  2018 Source:   jetswire.com

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After Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins chop- blocked Jenkins on the first offensive play of the game, Jenkins says he immediately told Dawkins, “If you do that again, I’ll kill you.” Dawkins was flagged 10 yards for the illegal move, but that wasn’t enough to satisfy Jenkins ’ frustration.

After Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins chop- blocked Jenkins on the first offensive play of the game, Jenkins says he immediately told Dawkins, "If you do that again, I'll kill you." Dawkins was flagged 10 yards for the illegal move, but that wasn't enough to satisfy Jenkins ' frustration.

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After Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins chop-blocked Jenkins on the first offensive play of the game, Jenkins says he immediately told Dawkins, "If you do that again, I'll kill you."

Dawkins was flagged 10 yards for the illegal move, but that wasn't enough to satisfy Jenkins' frustration. Jenkins sounded off on Dawkins and the rest of the Bills to reporters after the game.

"I was enraged at the time. That's a career-ender," Jenkins said, according to the New York Daily News . "That's classless. You don't dive at somebody's ankle when somebody's engaged with somebody. That's not real football."

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Jenkins left the game with an ankle injury, but returned later in and finished with two tackles. Immediately after the game, Jenkins took to Twitter to demand that Dawkins be fined for the hit.

Dawkins, who actually scored an offensive touchdown when the two teams met in Week 10, said he never intended to injure anybody with the play and that he tried to apologize to Jenkins, according to the Buffalo News . He was surprised to hear Jenkins' thoughts about the play.

"I was supposed to cut the outside guy. And I cut him," Dawkins said. "[Jenkins] had words. And once he came over again, I even apologized to him on the field. I was like, 'Man, I'm sorry. I'm not trying to get you, man.' I was telling him that I respect him as a player."

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But Jenkins refused to believe Dawkins' block was unintentional.

"If I'm locked up, engaged on a guard, and you dive at my ankle, that's not accidental," Jenkins said. "That's flat-out trying to end somebody's career, and that's not what we need in this league."

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