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Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

Date of Birth:  08/08/1996
Age:  26
Height  6'2"
Weight:   218
College:  Auburn
Drafted:  2019 | Round 4 | Pick 132
Depth Chart:  2nd string

Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB


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Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

The Patriots activated Jarrett Stidham from the PUP list.

Stidham had been on the PUP list with his back issue from the summer, and it's good to see that he's back to 100%. Mac Jones is now the future in New England, but Stidham will look to develop with the Patriots.

Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

Jarrett Stidham underwent back surgery on Wednesday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

The surgery is said to not be season-ending, and Stidham may be ready to return by October. New England will move forward with Cam Newton, Mac Jones, and Brian Hoyer as their quarterback room this summer and into September, but hopefully Stidham is able to get fully healthy.

Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

Jarrett Stidham (shoulder) will miss a few weeks.

Surgery was reported to be an option for Stidham last night, but hopefully he will be able to make a complete recovery with rest—though this news from Bill Belichick essentially ends any chance the former Auburn quarterback had to win the starting job. Look for Cam Newton and first-round pick Mac Jones to battle in camp and preseason action to earn the Week 1 nod.

Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

Jarrett Stidham has a hip injury.

[UPDATE: Stidham is still practicing but not fully.] NFL Network's Mike Giardi says that "it will be several weeks before he's back to 100%" from this hip injury, so this all but eliminates his chances of becoming the Week 1 starter for a Patriots team that also has Cam Newton and Brian Hoyer in the mix. This is tough luck for Stidham, but the shortened offseason might have made the two more experienced options the favorites to start anyway. Things can change, but the Auburn product could be looking at a similar red-shirt season type of year as was the case during his rookie season.

Jarrett Stidham | Raiders QB

The Patriots have selected Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham with the No. 133 pick (fourth round) in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Stidham started his college career at Baylor, playing exceptionally well as a big-play freshman that averaged 13.0 yards per attempt and threw 12 touchdowns compared to just two interceptions in 2015. Stidham then transferred after a neck injury, starting in Gus Malzahn’s Aburn offense in 2017 and 2018 before declaring for the NFL draft instead of staying in school for another year. Stidham, who has a very strong arm with good size at six-foot-two and 218 pounds, was better in 2017 when he had SEC Offensive Player of the Year Kerryon Johnson with him in the backfield, but he showed definite upside during his college career. He has the tools to develop into a starting quarterback for the Patriots whenever Tom Brady retires, so he should definitely be kept in mind for dynasty leagues.