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Jeremy Jarmon gets it

Jeremy Jarmon is going into his third year with the Washington Redskins and he may be on the bubble for making the final roster. But he last night he showed some wisdom and perspective far superior to that of many … Continue reading →
Via Real Redskins
July 22, 2011  |  Discuss

Redskins who could be ready to break out in 2011

Every year each and every NFL team has players that rise from relative obscurity to become significant contributers.  Whether it is from the bench, the practice squad, or because of a second chance, the Redskins will have players who may have had insignificant roles in 2010, make an...
Via Riggo's Rag
April 04, 2011  |  Discuss

NFL fines Jeremy Jarmon for helmet-to-helmet hit

The NFL has fined Redskins defensive end Jeremy Jarmon $5,000 for a helmet to helmet hit on Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers in last Sunday's game. Jarmon rushed the quarterback in overtime on the Packers' final offensive play. Jarmon got his hands up and Rodgers had to rush his throw, which was eventually intercepted by LaRon Landry. Jarmon was not flagged on the play, but a...
Via The Insider
October 15, 2010  |  Discuss

Jeremy Jarmon adjusting to new assignment

A season ago, Jeremy Jarmon was inserted into games at all four positions on the line: both tackle spots and both end positions. He's already been shuffled around a bit this year. Projected as a linebacker through much of the offseason, Jarmon has been piling on pounds and will be expected to compete as both a defensive end and a three-technique tackle. "Those are areas that I'm...
Via The Insider
August 03, 2010  |  Discuss

Jarmon Remains At Defensive End

With the Redskins 12 deep at linebacker, Jeremy Jarmon was asked to stay on the D-line. His drive and passion is now bolstered by bulk, Larry Weisman writes.
Via Redskins.com
August 03, 2010  |  Discuss

After recovering from injury, bulked-up Jeremy Jarmon readjusts to football

There are plenty of things NFL players tire of during a seemingly endless offseason. But for Redskins defensive lineman Jeremy Jarmon, it wasn't the typical complaint of endless weightlifting or conditioning -- it was the food. "It got to the point where I didn't enjoy eating," Jarmon said. Jarmon was originally expected to play outside linebacker in the Redskins' new 3-4 defensive...
Via The Insider
July 31, 2010  |  Discuss

Skins’ Jarmon to Cowboys’ Bryant: STFU

Dallas first-round WR Dez Bryant kinda sorta disrespected his teammates yesterday by refusing to carry their pads after practice. Because my frame of reference on hazing only extends to stripping frat pledges of their dignity, I’ll leave it up to Redskins DE/LB Jeremy Jarmon to weigh in on this: Sounds about right. Especially when one of said vets is LaRon Landry. Who knows what...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
July 26, 2010  |  Discuss

Fan Mailbag: What Happens to Jarmon In a 3-4?

If the Redskins switch to a 3-4, what is going to happen with defensive end Jeremy Jarmon? You've got questions, Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald has answers.
Via Redskins.com
March 16, 2010  |  Discuss

Jarmon's ready for any defense Redskins plan to use

If everything had gone as planned, Jeremy Jarmon would be getting ready for next week's NFL Draft Combine. Instead Jarmon's college career ended a year early (when the Redskins used a supplemental draft pick on him) and he's now rehabbing from knee surgery that ended his rookie NFL season Nov. 29. He's eager to begin Year 2 right where left off. The question is, what role will Jarmon...
Via The Insider
February 18, 2010  |  Discuss

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