The next 30 hours will likely see a number of roster cuts across the league. A player like Laviska Shenault, a wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars, who was picked in the first round is one example. Others may feature familiar faces like defensive back Jaquiski Tartt.
A report by Adam Caplan states that the Philadelphia Eagles waived Tartt on Monday. As the season begins, Jimmie Ward will miss the first 30 days of action. As of the right moment, Ward’s absence length is unknown. On Twitter, I’ve seen the opinions of some medical professionals who say he may miss more than a month of work. We’ll have to wait and see.
Behind the safety, we witnessed Ward’s troubles firsthand. As a tackler, George Odum missed a few tackles, and Tarvarius Moore struggled in coverage.
Kyle Shanahan frequently employs seasoned players. Tashaun Gipson was brought in, but he seemed slow and like he needed more time to get into shape. Tartt now enters the picture.
During the offseason, Philadelphia signed Tartt to a one-year contract. Philadelphia’s final starter, he played 59 snaps in Week 2 against the Dolphins and also started the game.
Brandon Lee Gowton, the Eagles site manager at SB Nation, responded to my inquiry. Tartt was only being used in third-team drills by the coaching staff, which he claimed showed they didn’t think much of him. This was on a team with no safeties, so it was especially surprising. Since Tartt is a veteran with vested rights, the Eagles might want to bring him back. The 49ers, though, shouldn’t give them that chance.
The 49ers have a firm grasp on what they’re receiving in Tartt. Unlike the case with Gipson, there would be no need to speculate. As far as football players go, Tartt is among the brightest I’ve ever seen. Richard Sherman praised him in the past, but that was a few years ago.
Eagles release former 49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt. Jimmie Ward is out a month, at least. Hmmm https://t.co/5D2MSiy4d7
— Niners Nation (@NinersNation) August 29, 2022
Tartt’s run-down of Aaron Jones at the end of the first half the week prior in Lambeau Field will be forgotten in favor of his dropped interception against the Rams in the NFC Championship. Can you see yourself re-signing Tartt? This is an easy decision in my book.
Tartt was a member of Gus Bradley’s South team that lost 34-13 against the North in the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl. He had three tackles and one tackle for a loss in the game. This was Samford’s first-ever Senior Bowl participant.
Due in part to a hand injury, Tartt participated in only the 40-yard dash, 20-yard dash, 10-yard dash, and broad jump at the NFL Scouting Combine held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
At the defensive back position, he placed ninth in the broad jump and nineteenth in the 40-yard dash. Tartt participated in all the combined events and ran positional drills at Samford’s pro day on March 10, 2015.
He performed well at his pro day, which resulted in 18 NFL teams sending scouts and reps to watch him play. By the end of the NFL draft preparation process, most analysts and scouts had Tartt pegged as a second or third-round pick
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