(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Sports Writer Jarius Wright has played in all of seven games and has just 22 catches in his young career.
He enters his second season as a 23-year-old former fourth-round draft pick with one start under his belt. On the young and revamped Minnesota Vikings receiver corps, that practically qualifies him as a grizzled veteran and he'...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Rookie receiver Jarius Wright wakes up on Minnesota Vikings' game days wondering if he will finally be in the lineup during the regular season for the first time in his NFL career.
It's been eight weeks and Wright is still waiting for the call, the chance he's been waiting for to play a role for Minnesota after being a fourth-round draft pick by...
After drafting Jarius Wright with the 118th pick, the Minnesota Vikings have now drafted Greg Childs. Both Wright and Childs played at Arkansas, where Tyler Wilson was their quarterback.
It was clear to many people that the Vikings were going to target at least one receiver in the fourth round—and they have done just that. Despite the likes of Marvin Jones, Marvin McNutt...
Arkansas wide receiver Jarius Wright, who could turn the fastest 40 time this weekend. He is one of three Razorbacks wide receivers who are here.
Wright, who said he patterns his game after DeSean Jackson and Mike Wallace, says that he has talked to the Bengals, who could look to draft another speed guy and bring him along. Not to mention he would come in a whole lot less financially...
Arkansas' trio of fabulous senior wideouts - Joe Adams, Jarius Wright and Greg Childs - all have big plays to help the Razorbacks down Kansas State 29-16 Friday night in the Cotton Bowl.
It is bowl season once again, and we are sure to see some grand offensive performances. With quarterbacks setting passing yardage records such as Houston's Case Keenum and Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden with their high powered spread offenses putting up jaw-dropping numbers. The quarterbacks, however, are not the only ones on the field that will be putting up big stats this...
Arkansas Razorbacks: After Arkansas’ win over Tennessee, both Joe Adams and Jarius Wright controlled the #1 and #2 spots of the Top 10 Plays on Sportscenter. If you could only pick one (yes, I know its hard), which one would you choose and why? Joe Adams’ [...]
Arkansas standouts Jarius Wright, Joe Adams, Dennis Johnson and their teammates big-play Tennessee to death as the No. 8 Razorbacks drill the Volunteers 49-7 Saturday night before a crowd of 72,103 fans in the last home game at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
We don’t throw around the term “Catch of the Year” often. A play has to be good, REALLY good to even warrant consideration for this exclusive label. Make no mistake about it, however, Arkansas wide receiver Jarius Wright is in the running when it comes to this claim in 2011. Just look at what he [...]
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(Eds: Stands as 1st Ld-Writethru on state line to update with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By KURT VOIGT AP Sports Writer Jarius Wright and Joe Adams insist they haven't talked about ''it.''
That being said, the Arkansas wide receiving duo is well aware of their place in the Razorbacks' record book - and that they're both about to break the school...
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November 09, 2011