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Since Jan 3, 2016, Kyshoen has gone through various overwhelming trials. Without disregarding his post on the 1-year anniversary of the hit as expressed in the first article; Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football was written 18 months post- injury; being the first time I responded & communicated with any media outlet.
Since Jan 3, 2016, Kyshoen has gone through various overwhelming trials. Without disregarding his post on the 1-year anniversary of the hit as expressed in the first article; Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football was written 18 months post- injury; being the first time I responded & communicated with any media outlet.

One Year After Life-Changing Injury, Kyshoen Jarrett Reflects On His Journey

"After several minutes on the field, trainers helped him off and Jarrett, holding back tears of frustration, had to leave the game. The injury rendered his right arm motionless, damaging his nerves, which have remained an issue in what has now become a year-long journey of recovery, preventing him from playing."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

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One Year After Life-Changing Injury, Kyshoen Jarrett Reflects On His Journey

"After several minutes on the field, trainers helped him off and Jarrett, holding back tears of frustration, had to leave the game. The injury rendered his right arm motionless, damaging his nerves, which have remained an issue in what has now become a year-long journey of recovery, preventing him from playing."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

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One Year After Life-Changing Injury, Kyshoen Jarrett Reflects On His Journey

"After several minutes on the field, trainers helped him off and Jarrett, holding back tears of frustration, had to leave the game. The injury rendered his right arm motionless, damaging his nerves, which have remained an issue in what has now become a year-long journey of recovery, preventing him from playing."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

READ ARTICLE
Image

One Year After Life-Changing Injury, Kyshoen Jarrett Reflects On His Journey

"After several minutes on the field, trainers helped him off and Jarrett, holding back tears of frustration, had to leave the game. The injury rendered his right arm motionless, damaging his nerves, which have remained an issue in what has now become a year-long journey of recovery, preventing him from playing."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

READ ARTICLE
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Kyshoen Jarrett uses faith, mental strength to overcome nerve damage

"Jarrett forged forward regardless, becoming a memorable rookie. Not because he was projected to be a star; even before he got hurt I thought he’d be a role player. But he would be someone you loved to watch because of his heart. He would squeeze every ounce of talent from his body and become a leader for that reason alone. The fact that he remains a fan favorite a year after his injury is telling."

John Keim
ESPN.com

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Kyshoen Jarrett opens up about his healing after scary hit from a year ago

"Jarrett, who was a sixth-round draft pick in 2015 that ended up blossoming into a do-it-all defender for an upstart Redskins team, said the run-in 'took life' out of his body. And since then, he's been on an 'emotional roller coaster.'"

Peter Hailey
NBCSports.com

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Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football

"Eighteen months after receiving a hit that changed his life, deadening nerves in his right arm and shoulder, Kyshoen Jarrett has emerged from a state of despair and is making considerable progress – physically, mentally and spiritually -- on his road to putting on pads once again."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

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Kyshoen Jarrett the coach is at home with Redskins

"Torrian Gray, Washington’s secondary coach, was also Jarrett’s position coach in college. Not only is Gray high on Jarrett as a person and potential coach, the entire organization loves Jarrett. He was praised for his football intelligence throughout his rookie season. Now, Jarrett gets to show the Redskins—and perhaps the rest of the league—he has a bright future on the sidelines."

Bryan Manning
USA Today

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After one hit ended his Redskins career, Kyshoen Jarrett coaches with hopes of a comeback

"He learned resiliency from his mother, Vinise Capers, who raised four boys on her own, including Jarrett’s older brother Daishawn, a legally blind triplegic who has cerebral palsy and limited cognitive ability and uses a wheelchair. Jarrett and his mother often served as Daishawn’s primary caregivers — bathing him, dressing him, carrying him, tending to his every need."

Kimberly Martin
Washington Post

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Kyshoen Jarrett uses faith, mental strength to overcome nerve damage

"Jarrett forged forward regardless, becoming a memorable rookie. Not because he was projected to be a star; even before he got hurt I thought he’d be a role player. But he would be someone you loved to watch because of his heart. He would squeeze every ounce of talent from his body and become a leader for that reason alone. The fact that he remains a fan favorite a year after his injury is telling."

John Keim
ESPN.com

READ ARTICLE

Kyshoen Jarrett opens up about his healing after scary hit from a year ago

"Jarrett, who was a sixth-round draft pick in 2015 that ended up blossoming into a do-it-all defender for an upstart Redskins team, said the run-in 'took life' out of his body. And since then, he's been on an 'emotional roller coaster.'"

Peter Hailey
NBCSports.com

READ ARTICLE
Image
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Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football

"Eighteen months after receiving a hit that changed his life, deadening nerves in his right arm and shoulder, Kyshoen Jarrett has emerged from a state of despair and is making considerable progress – physically, mentally and spiritually -- on his road to putting on pads once again."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

READ ARTICLE

Kyshoen Jarrett the coach is at home with Redskins

"Torrian Gray, Washington’s secondary coach, was also Jarrett’s position coach in college. Not only is Gray high on Jarrett as a person and potential coach, the entire organization loves Jarrett. He was praised for his football intelligence throughout his rookie season. Now, Jarrett gets to show the Redskins—and perhaps the rest of the league—he has a bright future on the sidelines."

Bryan Manning
USA Today

READ ARTICLE
Image
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After one hit ended his Redskins career, Kyshoen Jarrett coaches with hopes of a comeback

"He learned resiliency from his mother, Vinise Capers, who raised four boys on her own, including Jarrett’s older brother Daishawn, a legally blind triplegic who has cerebral palsy and limited cognitive ability and uses a wheelchair. Jarrett and his mother often served as Daishawn’s primary caregivers — bathing him, dressing him, carrying him, tending to his every need."

Kimberly Martin
Washington Post

READ ARTICLE
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett uses faith, mental strength to overcome nerve damage

"Jarrett forged forward regardless, becoming a memorable rookie. Not because he was projected to be a star; even before he got hurt I thought he’d be a role player. But he would be someone you loved to watch because of his heart. He would squeeze every ounce of talent from his body and become a leader for that reason alone. The fact that he remains a fan favorite a year after his injury is telling."

John Keim
ESPN.com

READ ARTICLE

Kyshoen Jarrett uses faith, mental strength to overcome nerve damage

"Jarrett forged forward regardless, becoming a memorable rookie. Not because he was projected to be a star; even before he got hurt I thought he’d be a role player. But he would be someone you loved to watch because of his heart. He would squeeze every ounce of talent from his body and become a leader for that reason alone. The fact that he remains a fan favorite a year after his injury is telling."

John Keim
ESPN.com

READ ARTICLE
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett opens up about his healing after scary hit from a year ago

"Jarrett, who was a sixth-round draft pick in 2015 that ended up blossoming into a do-it-all defender for an upstart Redskins team, said the run-in 'took life' out of his body. And since then, he's been on an 'emotional roller coaster.'"

Peter Hailey
NBCSports.com

READ ARTICLE
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett opens up about his healing after scary hit from a year ago

"Jarrett, who was a sixth-round draft pick in 2015 that ended up blossoming into a do-it-all defender for an upstart Redskins team, said the run-in 'took life' out of his body. And since then, he's been on an 'emotional roller coaster.'"

Peter Hailey
NBCSports.com

READ ARTICLE
Image
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football

"Eighteen months after receiving a hit that changed his life, deadening nerves in his right arm and shoulder, Kyshoen Jarrett has emerged from a state of despair and is making considerable progress – physically, mentally and spiritually -- on his road to putting on pads once again."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

READ ARTICLE

Kyshoen Jarrett: Life After Football

"Eighteen months after receiving a hit that changed his life, deadening nerves in his right arm and shoulder, Kyshoen Jarrett has emerged from a state of despair and is making considerable progress – physically, mentally and spiritually -- on his road to putting on pads once again."

Jake Kring-Schreifels
Redskins.com

READ ARTICLE
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett the coach is at home with Redskins

"Torrian Gray, Washington’s secondary coach, was also Jarrett’s position coach in college. Not only is Gray high on Jarrett as a person and potential coach, the entire organization loves Jarrett. He was praised for his football intelligence throughout his rookie season. Now, Jarrett gets to show the Redskins—and perhaps the rest of the league—he has a bright future on the sidelines."

Bryan Manning
USA Today

READ ARTICLE
Image

Kyshoen Jarrett the coach is at home with Redskins

"Torrian Gray, Washington’s secondary coach, was also Jarrett’s position coach in college. Not only is Gray high on Jarrett as a person and potential coach, the entire organization loves Jarrett. He was praised for his football intelligence throughout his rookie season. Now, Jarrett gets to show the Redskins—and perhaps the rest of the league—he has a bright future on the sidelines."

Bryan Manning
USA Today

READ ARTICLE
Image
Image

After one hit ended his Redskins career, Kyshoen Jarrett coaches with hopes of a comeback

"He learned resiliency from his mother, Vinise Capers, who raised four boys on her own, including Jarrett’s older brother Daishawn, a legally blind triplegic who has cerebral palsy and limited cognitive ability and uses a wheelchair. Jarrett and his mother often served as Daishawn’s primary caregivers — bathing him, dressing him, carrying him, tending to his every need."

Kimberly Martin
Washington Post

READ ARTICLE

After one hit ended his Redskins career, Kyshoen Jarrett coaches with hopes of a comeback

"He learned resiliency from his mother, Vinise Capers, who raised four boys on her own, including Jarrett’s older brother Daishawn, a legally blind triplegic who has cerebral palsy and limited cognitive ability and uses a wheelchair. Jarrett and his mother often served as Daishawn’s primary caregivers — bathing him, dressing him, carrying him, tending to his every need."

Kimberly Martin
Washington Post

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