CLEVELAND, OH - AUGUST 24: Wide receiver Josh Gordon #86 of the Cleveland Browns is tackled by defenders Jaiquawn Jarrett #26 and Curtis Marsh #31 of the Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns Stadium on August 24, 2012 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Jaiquawn Jarrett is a new guy. He played his best game of the preseason. Legitimately good. Had a couple of physical tackles early. Later on helped stuff a 3rd/1 play for no gain. Looked good in coverage. Showed up on STs. He is playing smart football. He looks confident. Tonight he was aggressive and showed some of his potential as a physical player. He will make the team.
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Jaiquawn Jarrett played well at safety, and he looks safe as the backup to Nate Allen at strong safety. I think Jarrett has very good physical ability, and in a game like this that doesn't feature any game-planning, a player like Jarrett can look very good, seeking out ballcarriers and delivering big hits without getting tripped up by complex scheme or communication issues. But that's okay. Jarrett needed to show something, and he did.
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