The Facts: The Cowboys are signing Jarwin to a three-year extension worth up to $24.25 million, sources tell NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo. Jarwin gets $9.25 million guaranteed.
Diehards Line: As Fansided.com's Lucas Mascherin noted last week, while he hasn’t had that many snaps, Jarwin has shown he is productive when given the opportunity. There was only one game in 2019 where he played more than 50 percent of the snaps. Within the limited snaps, he managed to catch 31 passes for 365 yards and three touchdowns. With that is an average of 11.77 yards per reception. With those kinds of stats, while playing within the 45 to 35 percent range of snaps, you can expect him to eclipse 600 yards with ease. While he is a tight end, Jarwin has shown that he can catch the ball, shown by his 75.6 percent catching percentage. Between that and his route-running, he can be a great offensive threat against any team -- especially with the Cowboys set to move past Jason Witten.