A former Eagle's remarkable streak comes to an end

The End of the Notable Former Eagle Show that originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
Forget successive game strips. Malcolm Jenkins hadn't missed a SNAP in three years.
Jenkins 'remarkable run of 2,651 consecutive snapshots from the Eagles' Super Bowl season ended Sunday night during the Saints Chargers game at the Superdome.
Jenkins, who returned to the Saints after six seasons with the Eagles this year, left the field late in the third quarter with a 3rd-and-1 that the Chargers converted.
He returned to the field for the next game.
32-year-old Jenkins hadn't missed a moment since the last game of the 2017 regular season when the Eagles - who had already hit number 1 in the NFC - rested most of their regulars for a home game against the Cowboys.
Broncos Safety Justin Simmons now has the longest current Snap streak at 2,315, which also dates back to the last day of the 2017 regular season. The difference is that Jenkins played more than Simmons in six playoff games.
Jenkins has started 107 straight season games since missing three games during his first stint with the Saints in mid-2013.
The only NFL players with longer active streaks are Philip Rivers [229], Mitchell Schwartz [133] and his teammate Cameron Jordan from New Orleans [133].

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