Could Jarrett Finally be on the Verge of a Big Year?

From: Pro Football Weekly

Panthers WR Dwayne Jarrett’s career has been a major disappointment thus far, as he has made just 16 catches in the two seasons since Carolina drafted him in the second round. Although it seemed a bit overdue, close observers of the team said they saw signs of improvement from him late in the 2008 campaign, and RB DeAngelo Williams told PFW that Jarrett has shown a commitment to turning things around this offseason.

“(Jarrett’s) going to be better than he was last year and the year before,” Williams said. “He’s definitely working his butt off. He’s been in the weight room. He’s been doing all the running, making all his times with seconds to spare. … This is probably one of the better offseasons that he’s had since he’s been here.”

Jarrett has a firm grasp on the No. 3 receiver spot, but he may take snaps away from veteran starter Muhsin Muhammad if he shows signs of breaking out in training camp.

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One Response to “Could Jarrett Finally be on the Verge of a Big Year?”

  1. Danny says:

    Hey This is Jarrett’s Year Man For Lie
    If he does not do anything this year he out
    but the panther are not using him he not on the field as much

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