Rakim Jarrett Goes On Injured Reserve List

November 22nd, 2023

Injury news.

Little-used rookie undrafted free agent wide receiver Rakim Jarrett had his best game against San Francisco on Sunday. It may be his last.

Jarrett caught one of two targeted passes for 41 yards in the loss to the 49ers. This afternoon, Jarrett was placed on the injured reserve list.

The nature of Jarrett’s injury was not released. Jarrett must now remain out of action for a minimum of four games. Given that there are but seven games left in the regular season, depending on his injury, Jarrett’s best game so far in his young career could be the last of his rookie season.

Jarrett has a grand total of four catches on nine targets this season through 10 games.

In other injury news, Bucs coach Todd Bowles said that if today had been a gameday, starters Lavonte David, Carlton Davis and Jamel Dean would not have been able to suit up. Bowles did not rule them out for Sunday in Indianapolis.

Bowles also said there are no plans to place either on injured reserve.

11 Responses to “Rakim Jarrett Goes On Injured Reserve List”

  1. unbelievable Says:

    49ers beat us up.


  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Perhaps David Moore will be called up from the PS.

  3. dmatt Says:


    Dave Moore has to be the next man up at wr.
    Anyone know the reason two rookies and a wr with one year experience is on the active game day roster n seasoned playoff veteran Dave Moore is on the practice squad. If you have the answer or have a source who does, please explain.

  4. Marine Buc Says:


    See you next year kid.

  5. Jack Clark Says:


  6. Vern Newsome Says:

    If the two corners start and play SUNDAY, I do not want to hear about due to injuries is the reason they did not play up to their standards.

  7. Zoocomics Says:

    Dave Moore splashed all damn preseason. He always found a way to get open.

    The assumption is that coaches know best, so supposedly Palmer and Jarrett are the better options over Moore, but perhaps they’re just faster, not necessarily better route runners. I’ve been waiting for Moore to get a look. Especially against those teams where Evans and Godwin aren’t finding much separation. I think you need a vet in that 3rd and 4th receiving role, since there’s a good chance, they’re not going to have the best cover man on them. Moore is savvy, I think he can find his way open.

  8. garro Says:

    Ryan Miller gets my vote just because I like what he showed int the preseason as a rookie and to see what he maybe can do for next year.

    Go Bucs!

  9. darengibo Says:

    call up David Moore to play CB!

  10. Jeff Says:

    He’ll catch just as many balls on IR! The drops from the Bucs WR core are shockingly embarrassing. Worst WR group in the NFC. Can’t catch Mike, Can’t get open Chris, and the rest.

    Indy 27 Yucs 23 Duuuu-yup!

  11. Conner50 Says:

    Jeff says… Can’t catch mike, can’t get open Chris

    Just fyi mike evans is a HOF wr whether you agree or not he will be there when all said am done. Godwin is a work horse who does indeed get open and even if not can still make plays being covered. Canales is the one who doesn’t find better ways to move them around and make plays around them cuz he wants to keep running the ball and throwing it to rookies. Sound like you don’t watch the Buc games with that stupid comment