Dwayne Jarrett, WR, N/A
There is no 2012 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2011 profile:
2011 Outlook: Bust (overvalued)
The odds of Jarrett having fantasy value are about as good as New York hosting the Super Bowl in a snowstorm 2014. Wait, I guess anything is possible in the NFL, but the scenario in which Jarrett has isn't. Carolina is loyal to their guys almost to a fault -- see the Jake Delhomme experience -- and Jarrett is another prime example of the Panthers refusing to cut bait and move on from a mistake. Jarrett was a bust as a rookie, failed to break out each of the past two seasons, and is at the end of the line heading into the 2010-11 season. Jarrett's third season last year was his best, but that's not saying much as he caught only 17 passes for 196 yards with a touchdown.
The Panthers added three receivers in April's draft, and are desperate for a number two wide receiver to emerge to complement Steve Smith, but here's a hint it won't be Jarrett. He hasn't done it yet, and odds are he never will; don't waste your time fantasy owners.
Jarrett, who caught one pass for seven yards in Carolina's preseason opener against Baltimore, has continued to impress his coaching staff according to the Charlotte Observer. Jarrett is in the final year of his contract, and this season is really his last chance to establish himself as an NFL caliber wide receiver. The Panthers are desperate for someone to step up to play alongside Steve Smith, but fantasy owners should steer clear of Jarrett.
Jarrett caught three passes for 17 yards in Carolina's second preseason game against the New York Jets -- the latest entry in a career long list of unspectacular performances from Jarrett. Its only a matter of time before Carolina pulls the plug on him.Last updated on Aug-22-2010 by George Bissell
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