|Ht / Wt:||6'5" / 244 lb.|
|Born:||July 16, 1994|
|Drafted:||2017 / UDFA|
Jarwin (knee) was spotted working out with a team trainer on a side field at Friday's practice, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: According to Gehlken, Jarwin's workout marked his first at the team facility since he suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the Cowboys' Sept. 13 season opener versus the Rams. Jarwin's recovery from surgery has reportedly gone well thus far, and he's on track to be ready to go in full capacity for training camp in 2021, if not OTAs. After Jarwin went down with the injury, Dalton Schultz stepped in as Dallas' top tight, starting each of the past 10 games and churning out a 43-421-3 line.
Dallas placed Jarwin (knee) on injured reserve Tuesday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Analysis: Jarwin's move to IR was a foregone conclusion after he was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee following the Cowboys' Week 1 loss to the Rams. The tight end will undergo season-ending surgery and turn his focus to returning to full health in advance of the 2021 campaign. Dalton Schultz is expected to step in as the Cowboys' top pass-catching tight end, while Blake Bell should also pick up more snaps but will likely serve as more of a blocker.
Executive vice president Stephen Jones confirmed Monday that Jarwin suffered a torn ACL during Sunday night's 20-17 loss to the Rams, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: The timing of Jarwin's season-ending injury is brutal, as he entered the 2020 campaign with Dallas' starting tight end gig to himself for the first time in his career. Now, after playing just 25 snaps and hauling in his sole target for 12 yards, Jarwin will have to turn his attention to rehabbing for 2021. Dalton Schultz and Blake Bell stand take over at tight end in Jarwin's absence, though the primary beneficiary of his vacated targets could be rookie first-round pick CeeDee Lamb.
The knee injury Jarwin suffered Sunday against the Rams is believed to be a torn ACL, which would knock the tight end out for the season, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Jarwin went down without any contact in the second quarter, and it appears the worst-case scenario is coming to fruition with this injury. Blake Bell and Dalton Schultz will take over at tight end with Jarwin out, and it's possible Dallas will turn to outside help at the position.
Jarwin (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Rams, Eric Williams of Sports Illustrated reports.
Analysis: No surprise here, as Jarwin's non-contact knee injury looked to be significant. Expect clarifying information on the severity of the tight end's injury to emerge once the team has an opportunity to run further tests.
Jarwin suffered a knee injury in the first half of Sunday's game against the Rams and is questionable to return, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Jarwin crumpled to the field with a non-contact injury, so he's probably on the wrong side of questionable for the remainder of this one. If the tight end is indeed done for the night, his next chance to suit up would come against the Falcons in Week 2, though Jarwin's injury looked like the kind that could force a multi-week absence.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Thursday during an interview on 105.3 The Fan that Jarwin "has had an amazing camp".
Analysis: "It was hard to be a tight end in this organization when 82 [Jason Witten] was around," Jones continued. "Certainly, [Jarwin]'s getting to spread his wings now, whether it's Coach McCarthy, the offensive staff, his teammates, he keeps showing up out there." Jones also described the tight end's chemistry with quarterback Dak Prescott as "outstanding". Witten saw 83 targets last season as the starter, which would seem to be about Jarwin's ceiling in the offense as the team also tries to work first-round pick CeeDee Lamb into the mix, but the 26-year-old tight end should be a lot more effective on a per-target basis than the aging future Hall of Famer was.
Jarwin is signing a three-year extension worth up to $24.5 million, including $9.25 million guaranteed, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: This comes just two weeks after the Cowboys placed a second-round restricted free agent tender on Jarwin, who likely will replace Jason Witten as the team's top pass-catching threat at tight end. The 25-year-old did well with his limited opportunities the past two seasons, producing 8.7 yards per target and finding the end zone on six of his 58 catches. Multiple reports suggest Witten isn't expected to re-sign with the Cowboys.
Jarwin is getting a second-round restricted free agent tender, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Analysis: Jason Witten, on the other hand, is expected to leave the Cowboys. Witten was a 16-game starter in 2019 when he tied for third on the team with 83 targets, but he produced just 8.4 yards per catch and 6.4 per target, while Jarwin averaged 11.8 YPC and 8.9 YPT (from a 31-365-3 receiving line). With wide receivers Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb also at the end of their respective contracts, the Cowboys are facing a lot of uncertainty with their pass catchers. Jarwin could enter 2020 as the third or fourth option in the passing game, though it's also possible he faces competition for the top job at tight end.
Jarwin wrapped up 2019 with 31 catches on 41 targets for 365 yards and three touchdowns.
Analysis: Jason Witten's return to Dallas kept Jarwin from building on the upside he showed in 2018, but the tight end still posted career highs in catches and yards. Jarwin also kept his burgeoning reputation as a Giants-killer intact -- five of his six career TDs have come against the Cowboys' NFC East rivals, including scores in Week 1 and Week 9 this season. If Witten elects to re-retire, Jarwin could be headed for a 2020 breakout, but even if he remains in the No. 2 role behind the future Hall of Famer, his role in the passing game figures to grow given his big-play ability.
Jarwin caught his only target for 14 yards during Sunday's loss to Philadelphia.
Analysis: Jarwin played only 19 offensive snaps -- his second-lowest total of the season -- as the Cowboys struggled to score all game. The 25-year-old enters the final week of the regular season with 31 catches for 365 yards and three touchdowns.
Jarwin caught two of three targets for 40 yards in Sunday's win over the Rams.
Analysis: As has become common this season, Jason Witten saw more targets and catches than Jarwin but the younger tight end gained more yards despite a lower volume, although Witten was able to find the end zone Sunday. Jarwin's athleticism and big-play ability could make him a breakout star in 2020 if Witten retires again, but for now he'll have to be content with a secondary role in the Cowboys' offense.
Jarwin hauled in six of seven targets for 50 yards in the Cowboys' 31-24 loss to the Bears on Thursday.
Analysis: Jarwin enjoyed a career-best night in what was the Cowboys' third straight loss, with his seven targets also serving as a season high. The third-year tight end now has a career-high 28 receptions for the campaign as well, and he's notched multiple grabs in five straight games, easily the most productive stretch of his three-year career. Jarwin will look to stay hot versus the Rams in a Week 15 matchup, a week from Sunday.
Jarwin caught two of three targets for nine yards during Thursday's 26-15 loss to Buffalo.
Analysis: The Bills kept Jarwin in check Thursday as the tight end was held under 20 yards for the third consecutive game. Jarwin has some down-field ability, his six catches of 20 or more yards ranking fourth on the team despite being sixth in receptions. A series of tough opponents have stifled Jarwin's big-play ability, however, and things won't get much easier Thursday against Chicago, which as surrendered just 31 passes of 20 or more yards this season - sixth fewest in the league.
Jarwin caught three of four targets for 17 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Analysis: The Cowboys' entire offense had trouble moving the ball in the rain against a very stingy opponent, but Jarwin still out-produced Jason Witten on the afternoon. That's become a consistent pattern -- Witten has caught 16 of 25 targets for a meager 113 yards over the last four games, but Jarwin has turned only 11 targets into nine catches for 132 yards and a TD over that same stretch. As yet, the Cowboys don't seem inclined to tip the division of snaps and looks in the younger tight end's favor, but based on his performance, Jarwin has earned a bigger role.
Jarwin caught both his targets for 38 yards in Sunday's win over the Lions.
Analysis: The third-year tight end turned a short pass from Dak Prescott into the 23-yard gain and a game-clinching first down inside the final two minutes of the fourth quarter. Jarwin remains a tertiary part of the Cowboys' passing game and the No. 2 tight end behind Jason Witten for now, but his athleticism and big-play potential gives him some stash appeal in dynasty leagues should Witten retire again -- of Jarwin's 17 catches this season, six have gone for 20 yards or more.
Jarwin caught two of four targets for six total yards during Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Jets.
Analysis: Jarwin was held under 10 yards for the second time in three games as the Cowboys continue to slide. Jarwin is far from the Cowboys' top target on a good day, but the fact is that Dallas hasn't had many good days lately. Dak Prescott's quarterback rating during the three-game losing streak is 82.7, down from 128.0 during the first three weeks of the season. Jarwin and the rest of Dallas' targets are going to have trouble making strides until the dimension of the offense changes. Fortunately, a struggling Eagles defense is on deck for Sunday.
Jarwin caught all three of his targets for 49 total yards during Sunday's 12-10 loss to the Saints.
Analysis: The potent Dallas offense hit a road block Sunday, but Jarwin managed to deliver the team's longest play from scrimmage midway through the third quarter when, off play action, he slipped behind three defenders down the seam and set up an Ezekiel Elliott touchdown run with a 35-yard reception. That Sunday's three receptions and 49 yards both tied or set season highs is not great for Jarwin, who he plays behind veteran Jason Witten, but the third-year player may be due for a few more opportunities. Tied for a team-high three receptions of at least 20 years, Jarwin adds a different dimension than Witten that might be useful against a very stingy Packers pass defense in Week 5.
Jarwin caught one of three targets for three yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Analysis: Jason Witten only saw four targets in the game but did a lot more with them, hauling in three catches for 54 yards. Jarwin saw a nearly even split of offensive snaps with the veteran (35 to 37), but until he shows he's on the same page as Dak Prescott in his routes, Jarwin will be an afterthought even in deep fantasy formats.
Jarwin caught his only target for 22 yards in Sunday's win over Washington.
Analysis: Jason Witten was the more active tight end for Dallas on the day, hauling in four passes including a TD, but the more athletic Jarwin nearly matched the veteran's yardage total with his lone grab. The duo will continue to split snaps and targets, but if Jarwin were to get an opportunity to handle a starting role, he could have some surprising fantasy value.
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