The New York football Giants have made yet another surprising off-season move. To bolster their back field with unprecedented power and NFL experience, they have moved Cullen Jenkins to the back up running back position. To seemingly replace Andre Brown and the HOF bound Brandon Jacobs, Jenkins will most likely take goal line reps and sub in to give the newly acquired workhorse, Rashad Jenning a breather. Apparently, the incumbent Peyton Hillis was not enough to fill this role for the Gmen. With Jenkins' build and NFL experience, one can only speculate the effectiveness he will bring to the new and improved backfield.