October 5, 2010 |
The Carolina Panthers released receiver Dwayne Jarrett on Tuesday, hours after his second arrest on a charge of driving while impaired in less than three years. The Panthers replaced him with David Clowney , who was claimed off waivers from the New York Jets to help a depleted receiving corps Jarrett, the former USC standout, did little to boost his stock before his latest legal trouble. Jarrett managed only 35 catches and one touchdown in four seasons in Carolina, and the Panthers (0-4)
May 2, 2007 |
USC's Dwayne Jarrett, downgraded in the NFL draft for his inability to elude top-notch cornerbacks, finally achieved a degree of separation. The Carolina Panthers cut his competition. Keyshawn Johnson, who was hoping to be a mentor to his fellow Trojans receiver, was released Tuesday after one season with the Panthers. That move helps clear the way for Jarrett, who was selected by Carolina in the second round with the 45th pick.
March 29, 2007 |
Dwayne Jarrett came to USC's pro day on Wednesday intending to shock skeptics with his 40-yard-dash speed, a barometer that could potentially earn or cost the All-American receiver millions of dollars in the NFL draft. On a clear and breezy afternoon devoid of the thousands of spectators that attended last year's evaluation event, Jarrett's best time in front of the assembled scouts was 4.62 seconds. "A lot of people were saying I was going to run like a 4.7, 4.
January 11, 2007 |
A tearful Dwayne Jarrett announced Wednesday that he would give up his final year of eligibility at USC and make himself available for the NFL draft. "The biggest factor I think is the challenge, just so I could compete," said Jarrett, a two-time All-American. "Coach [Pete] Carroll always talks about competing; that's our motto here."
January 10, 2007 |
USC receiver Dwayne Jarrett is expected to announce today that he will give up his final year of eligibility and make himself available for the NFL draft. Jarrett, a two-time All-America, interviewed prospective agents Monday and Tuesday in New Jersey. He was scheduled to return to Southern California on Tuesday night, Coach Pete Carroll said. USC has scheduled an afternoon news conference for Jarrett. Jarrett, a junior, caught 70 passes and scored 12 touchdowns this season.
January 2, 2007 |
The question of the game was obvious: Will USC receiver Dwayne Jarrett stay or go? He says that he's not sure and that he's weighing the decision to leave early for the NFL or stay for his senior season. But the answer could be in his eyes. Or just below them. In the Rose Bowl, the star receiver wore black eye strips that bore a message. They read "Tri" and "$tate," a gold-plated shout-out to his family and friends back in New Jersey.