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JAIQUAWN JARRETT RUMORS

Turn On The Jets Film Room: New York Jets Safety Jaiquawn Jarrett

Whether you have come to grips with it or not, this 2013 New York Jets are essentially starting from scratch at numerous positions due to their depleted talent level heading into the year. As a result, multiple players are going to be given larger roles and opportunities than their current talent and development levels merit. This process will find some key pieces for the Jets in...
Via Turn On The Jets
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles give up on Jaiquawn Jarrett

Well that was quick. Seeing a team release a 2nd round pick just a year after they draft them is rare. Hell, even seeing a team release a 3rd round pick just a year after they draft them, like the Panthers recently did with Terrell McClain, is rare. However, once Jaiquawn Jarrett fell to 3rd string at safety in Philadelphia, they just decided to give up on him and release him. The...
Via The Football Fan Spot
September 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles cut their loses and cut S Jaiquawn Jarrett, re-sign WR Mardy Gilyard

The Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday cut their 2011 2nd-round draft pick, safety Jaiquawn Jarrett. They didn’t want to do it. Who wants to admit defeat on a 54th overall selection in the draft after just 17 games? The fact that he survived the final cuts to the 53-man roster tells you that. He had a disastrous showing in the first preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers,...
Via Philly Sports Muse
September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Eagles Release Former 2nd Round Pick Jaiquawn Jarrett - The…

Eagles Release Former 2nd Round Pick Jaiquawn Jarrett - The Philadelphia Eagles have been nothing but disappointed in their second-round draft pick from a year ago, S Jaiquawn Jarrett. So the team announced on Tuesday that they had released him. Jarrett was given multiple chances at the starting position at safety, but failed to emerge as the player that they hoped he’d become...
Via CJ Sports NFL Talk
September 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: What Signing O.J. Atogwe Would Mean

As of this writing, the Philadelphia Eagles have not officially announced the signing of free agent safety O.J. Atogwe.  However, it appears that it’s just a matter of time before it does become official. Photo: turnonthejets.com According to a report by Arash Madani of SportsNet in Canada, the Eagles have, in fact, reached a deal with the veteran safety.  But, according to Jeff...
Via Eagles Addict
June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Is Jaiquawn Jarrett the 3rd Wheel at Safety?

Philadelphia Eagles second-year safety Jaiquawn Jarrett has to prove himself on the field this year.  In order to fight his way into a starting role, he also may be faced with the task of overcoming a strong bond that is forging between Nate Allen and Kurt Coleman. If the catch-phrase for the 2012 Philadelphia Eagles is “team chemistry”, that’s exactly what may be working...
Via Eagles Addict
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Eagles endorse young safeties Allen, Jarrett

Many observers felt the Eagles' two biggest needs going into the draft were outside linebacker and safety. They addressed the first one early on in the draft, selecting speedy Mychael Kendricks of Cal, a three-down linebacker who will move to the head of the depth-chart line at SAM. But they didn't take a safety with any of their nine picks. They did sign one after the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Meaningful game for Eagles rookie safety Jaiquawn Jarrett...

Don't tell "Double J" this is a meaningless game with the Redskins on Sunday... Rookie Jaiquawn Jarrett, the Eagles' second-round draft pick out of Temple University, will start in Kurt Coleman's spot at strong safety alongside free safety Nate Allen. (Coleman is on IR with a biceps injury...) Jarrett will be making his second start. He also replaced an injured...
Via Eagles Eye
December 31, 2011  |  Discuss

Castillo on Jaiquawn Jarrett: He Will Knock You Out

The safety play from the Eagles this season has been a weak spot in this defense, and will likely have to be addressed in the offseason. But that did not stop Defensive Coordinator Juan Castillo from speaking very highly of both Nate Allen and Jaiquawn Jarrett today at the NovaCare Complex. "Nate Allen is going to be a Pro-Bowler someday," said Castillo on his 2nd year...
Via Buzz On Broad
December 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Jaiquawn Jarrett Likely To Start On Sunday

When Nate Allen went down on Monday night, it forced rookie safety Jaiquawn Jarrett to step into a critical situation for his first extended action on his career. After being inactive for the first few weeks of the season, Jarrett was seeing time mostly on special teams before being thrust into the spotlight. "You know what, he had a solid game, he was good," said Eagles...
Via Buzz On Broad
November 10, 2011  |  Discuss
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