Grady Jarrett ties Super Bowl record


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Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Former Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett had a career game in the 34-28 overtime Super Bowl loss against the Patriots on Sunday night.

Jarrett tied a Super Bow Record with three sacks as he showed his quick pass rush skills and impressive high motor throughout the game. He was just the second player ever to sack Tom Brady three times in a single game since Joey Porter did it in 2004.

"Hurting for my City n for my brothers," Jarett tweeted after the game. "I thank God for the opportunity but at this point, there's nothing to do but to go back to work." #Bless

In 2016, he had 58 tackles, six sacks, and a fumble recovery.


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