Vikings' Michael Jenkins is fully healthy after offseason knee surgery

While many teams around the NFL are beginning Organized Team Activities this week, the Vikings won't start until May 30. Wide receiver Michael Jenkins plans on attending the workouts, and he's fully healthy after offseason knee surgery.
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While many teams around the NFL are beginning Organized Team Activities this week, the Vikings won't start until May 30. Wide receiver Michael Jenkins plans on attending the workouts, and he's fully healthy after offseason knee surgery.

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