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  • DWI for Dwayne Jarrett

    What I always wonder is, if you're getting paid millions, you can't pay for a freaking cab?

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...v=ap&type=lgns

    I don't have a link to substantiate it but I heard the Bengals were interested in Jarrett and a 2nd rounder for Ocho Cinco.
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  • #2
    I thought Jarrett was a legitimate sleeper last year because of the depleted Panthers WR core. He's only been a disappointment so far in the pros and this is just par for the course.

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    • #3
      He's only a rookie and certainly isn't the first person to drive drunk.... he just got caught.

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      • #4
        Still, he hasn't lived up to expectations at all. Rookie or not, the Panthers didn't have enough faith in him not to resign Mushin Muhammad to a contract. I wouldn't be surprised if he's released after this incident.
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        • #5
          I would be SHOCKED if he was released after this. Rookie WRs don't really breakout until their 3rd year so give him time.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NoNonsenseCoach View Post
            I would be SHOCKED if he was released after this. Rookie WRs don't really breakout until their 3rd year so give him time.
            I understand this, I just thought the stars were aligned for Jarrett to bust some huge numbers in his rookie year. I don't even remember him playing many games at all last season. He must have been really unimpressive in training.

            That being said, the Panthers had a lousy QB situation last year, so it's not all on him.

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            • #7
              Yeah, I don't know about #1 WR numbers, but you'd expect more than seven catches out of your second round pick...
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Blazedestin View Post
                Yeah, I don't know about #1 WR numbers, but you'd expect more than seven catches out of your second round pick...
                Well, Steve Smith is always going to get a lot of ball. But he should pick up a lot of defenders too.

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                • #9
                  Jarrett was inactive for either 6 or 8 games. And not cause of injury, apparently he couldn't understand the playbook...

                  I'm glad my team drafted his counterpart Steve Smith. :-)
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                  • #10
                    Jarrett was suppose to be the Panthers #3 Reciever this year...he was INACTIVE half the season because the coach said he was LAZY among other things.
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                    • #11
                      I think if you put the over-21 drinking crowd on a lie-detector test, you'll find out that at least half have driven drunk at one point in their lives. I love how the media makes such a big deal about this.
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                      • #12
                        Not saying DUI-ing is OK; just saying it shouldn't be a huge deal.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Walter View Post
                          I think if you put the over-21 drinking crowd on a lie-detector test, you'll find out that at least half have driven drunk at one point in their lives. I love how the media makes such a big deal about this.
                          ONLY half?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Walter View Post
                            I think if you put the over-21 drinking crowd on a lie-detector test, you'll find out that at least half have driven drunk at one point in their lives. I love how the media makes such a big deal about this.
                            Look, I'll admit, at some stage I would have been over our limit here in Oz (0.05% BAC), but at the most only by a point. The difference lies perhaps in getting caught. As silly as it sounds, how often do you get stopped/tested driving around, even late at night. For me it's practically never, and I've never been tested in the US. It's a one-off, but just on the numbers, I doubt that this is the first, fifth or even tenth time he'd DWI'd.

                            I agree to that it shouldn't be such a big deal. I was just talking with someone about the whole Spitzer-prostitute thing. My reaction was so what? I'm a little harder on sports stars though, because I think they tend to be idolized and emulated more than politicians. So, naughty boy, don't do it again. Smack!

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                            • #15
                              People questioned his character and didn't like his route running/speed at USC. Some thought he was a reach in the 2nd round by the Panthers.

                              I agree with Walter and am not going to nitpick Jarrett, just putting it out there what people thought about him as a prospect.
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