WR Dwayne Jarrett Could Miss Making the Team with a Bad Camp

Steve Reed of the Gaston Gazette reports that, although wideout Dwayne Jarrett is current penciled in as a starter on the Panthers roster, he could “easily be released” before the start of the season unless he starts producing. Now entering his fourth season in Carolina, Jarrett has appeared in only 29 games and caught 33 passes for one touchdown. The Panthers need someone to step up and take the pressure off of Steve Smith and thus far that person has not been Dwayne Jarrett.

A two-time All-American, Jarrett was USC’s all-time receptions leader with 216 and the Pacific 10 Conference’s all-time leader in touchdown receptions with 41. In 2007 he was MVP of the Rose Bowl and his height, hands, and quickness led many observers to project him as a star in the NFL. Unfortunately, he has been a huge disappointment in Carolina and fans should see someone else playing opposite Steve Smith this year unless Jarrett vastly improves.

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