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Jeremy Jarmon works out for the Panthers

He's the guy on the left

One of my favorite all-time Cats and former KSR writer, Jeremy Jarmon, is getting his next shot. According to James Dator at Cat Scratch Reader, Jarmon worked out for the Carolina Panthers yesterday. Dator says that Jarmon was considered a “tough cut” for the Denver Broncos to make, but their loss could be the Panthers gain. If he were to join the team, he’d be able to fill his natural position as a 4-3 end. In both Washington and Denver, he was asked to play out of position in the 3-4.

The Panthers are a team slowly beginning to grow on me. I’m sure you’ll give it anyway, but I don’t care what your opinion of Cam Newton is. He was a fun player to watch in college and he’s proving to be just as entertaining in the NFL. Carolina would be a great fit for Jarmon, especially because they already have a UK presence starting at right tackle. Jeremy will be able to go up against former Cat and teammate, Garry Williams, during every practice.

Good luck, Jeremy! We’ll be rooting for you.

Article written by Matthew Hays

4 Comments for Jeremy Jarmon works out for the Panthers



  1. Garry Williams
    12:52 pm September 29, 2011 Permalink

    I am out for the year with an injury.



  2. girlwildcatfan
    3:03 pm September 29, 2011 Permalink

    I hope he makes it, but I don’t want scammin’ Cam to win anything. Go Cats!! and former CATS!



  3. catnuts
    6:10 pm September 29, 2011 Permalink

    Sure hope he gets the job. Jarmon was one of my favorites also. I’m surprised he isn’t playing somewhere. I just think he is like Woodyard, he may be undersized or whatever, but he is just a football player.



  4. duh
    7:13 pm September 29, 2011 Permalink

    Garry Williams does not, and never has, start at RT for the Panthers. Jeff Otah is the normal starting RT, and he is monster when healthy (which is rare). The backup RT is undrafted FA Byron Bell who started week 2 when Otah was out with a concussion.

    I like Jarmon a lot and hope the Panthers give him shot. Sadly for Jarmon, DE is one of the few defensive positions that the Panthers have locked down .. but hopefully he can find some PT.