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Draft Scout Jared Green News
06/10/14 - WR Jared Green was waived by the Raiders June 5.
08/28/13 - WR Jared Green was waived by the Cowboys Tuesday.
08/07/13 - WR Jared Green was the only player in Sunday's Hall of Fame Game who got a chance to play in front his father who was a Hall of Famer in attendance.
Green, the son of former Redskins star Darrell Green, made the most of his opportunity with a 32-yard reception in the fourth quarter.
"I got the opportunity, and that's what I've been praying for," said Green, who can be considered the sixth receiver in camp. "I've been praying for a chance to show a little bit of what I can do to better this team. The opportunity revealed itself, and I was blessed with the ability to make the play. That is just one notch closer to the trust of the coaching staff and the quarterbacks."
Dad was certainly proud of his son, especially because he knows his chances will be limited as an undrafted free agent.
"His opportunities are going to get less and less when the veterans start playing," Darrell Green said of his son. "He just has to do the right-now moment. That means whatever moment you have, and that's right now. You got to be great at that moment."
Jared caught a well-placed pass on the right sideline from fourth-string quarterback Alex Tanney.
The color of the uniform does not matter for the former Redskins great, who, of course, played his college football in Texas at A&M-Kingsville.
"This is his life, his day," Green said. "The Cowboys are one of the great teams in the league. He has an opportunity to play there. That's all any kid could want."
03/26/12 - Southern University welcomed several officials from around the NFL, including New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese, to Doug Williams Field at the Louisiana Leadership Institute for Pro Day Thursday. Eleven Jaguars worked out for NFL scouts after being measured and weighed. The players were put through a series of combine drills, including the broad jump, 225-pound bench press, 40-yard dash, the shuttle run and the three-cone drill before conducting individual position workouts. "What really impressed me were some of the guys that are in the stands, our underclassmen, that had an opportunity to see these guys and see the pro scouts," said Southern head coach Stump Mitchell. "It will assist them in getting serious about their (own) workouts." Wide receiver Laquinton "Smoke" Evans ran the fastest 40-yard dash on Thursday with a 4.46 time. Wide receiver Jared Green recorded a 10'9" broad jump. Dexter James (23), Kedy Enabulale (21), and Lee Almanza (20) each surpassed the 20-rep plateau in the 225-pound bench press. Over seven NFL team were represented at Pro Day, including the New Orleans Saint, New York Giants, Green Bay Packers, St. Louis Rams, and Dallas Cowboys. - Southern football