(12/11/2011) Kansas City WR Jerheme Urban had two receptions for a game-high 28 yards and a touchdown during the Chiefs' 37-10 loss to the Jets in Week 14. Urban hauled in a 24-yard touchdown pass from QB Tyler Palko in the fourth quarter to account for Kansas City's only touchdown of the game. It was also the 31-year-old's first touchdown since the last game of the 2008 regular season when he played for Arizona.
Urban placed on IR
(9/4/2010) The Chiefs have placed WR Jerheme Urban on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury.
Urban hopes to stick with Chiefs
(6/8/2010) The Kansas City Star reports that Chiefs WR Jerheme Urban is hoping to stick with Kansas City this year and make an impact in 2010. Urban, 29, is on his fourth team in seven-plus seasons. "I'm not getting any younger," said Urban, who caught 74 passes the last three seasons with Arizona. "I'm ready to make a step, career-wise." Urban will have to beat out Dwayne Bowe, Chris Chambers and rookie Dexter McCluster for playing time, but coach Todd Haley, who worked with Urban with the Cardinals, is fond of him. "I'm scratching and clawing every single day out there because they're always bringing in younger guys, always drafting guys to take your spot," he said. "I never feel like I'm safe. I have to go out there every single day and make the most of it."
McCluster to replace Urban
(4/27/2010) The Kansas City Star reports Todd Haley and Charlie Weis are excited about using rookie WR Dexter McCluster, who was taken in the second round of the NFL Draft at No. 36 overall. The paper reports some of the things they were drawing up included Jamaal Charles, Thomas Jones and McCluster all on the field at once. The Chiefs already faced the prospect of a crowded backfield with Charles, who ran for more than 900 yards over the final eight games last year, and Jones, who rushed for more than 1,400 yards for the New York Jets in 2009. To this, they added McCluster, who between rushing and receiving accumulated 1,700 yards and 11 touchdowns last year at Ole Miss. The Chiefs plan to use him in a variety of ways: as a wide receiver, slot receiver, traditional running back and perhaps even as a quarterback in the Wildcat formation. He should do well working with Dwayne Bowe and Chris Chambers, but he will likely replace Jerheme Urban as the No. 3 WR in the offense.
Chiefs sign WR Urban
(3/11/2010) The Chiefs have acquired free agent WR Jerheme Urban, who spent the last three seasons with the Cardinals. The 6-foot-3, 207-pound Urban has 87 catches for 1,231 yards in a career that started in 2003 with the Seahawks. His biggest year was 2008, when he had 34 catches for 448 yards and four touchdowns.
Urban has first catch since Week 7
(1/3/2010) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban totaled two catches for 13 yards during a Week 17 loss to the Packers. It was his first receptions since Week 7 against the Giants.
(10/26/2009) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban had one catch for 1 yard Sunday at the Giants.
Urban hauls in two catches
(10/18/2009) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban totaled two catches for 18 yards during a Week 6 win against the Seahawks. He was targeted three times in the game. Urban has 15 catches for 172 yards in five games this season.
Urban contributes four receptions
(10/12/2009) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban, who had five catches for 74 yards with Steve Breaston out in Week 1, had four catches for 41 yards Week 5 against the Texans. He had a total of four catches over the last two weeks.
Urban has two catches
(9/28/2009) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban had two catches for 14 yards Sunday against the Colts.
Urban returns to No. 4 receiver status
(9/20/2009) Arizona WR Jerheme Urban made two grabs for 25 yards Week 2 in a win over the Jaguars.
Urban fills in nicely for Breaston
(9/14/2009) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban, filling in at the slot for the inactive Steve Breaston (knee), caught five passes for 74 yards in the season opener against the 49ers.
Cards might need Urban Week 1
(9/10/2009) Arizona wide receiver Anquan Boldin briefly tested his sore hamstring on Thursday, then watched the rest of practice. If Boldin can't play in the opener against San Francisco on Sunday, the Cardinals may look to Jerheme Urban for help. "If for some reason they have to lean on me more in the game, I'm ready for that," Urban said after sweating out a practice on a 100-degree day. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he remains hopeful that Boldin will play when the defending NFC champions open the regular season in University of Phoenix Stadium, which was not sold out as of late Thursday afternoon. "He came out early and did some limited work with us, and then we shut it down just so we wouldn't stress it," Whisenhunt said. "I really don't know where he is at this point. Hopefully, he'll continue to improve and we'll have a shot for the game on Sunday."
Urban, Doucet play well vs. Packers
(8/29/2009) They might have done their work with the second-team offense against the Packers' second-team defense in a preseason game, but they were impressive nonetheless. Reserve receivers Jerheme Urban and Early Doucet were both very effective in the Cardinals' third preseason game. Urban caught six passes for 103 yards while Doucet had five catches for 93 yards with a touchdown. Both of them did their work with backup QB Matt Leinart as the team played from behind.
Urban turning heads for Cards
(8/19/2009) Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt has been impressed with WR Jerheme Urban during training camp. "He's earned the trust of the quarterbacks," Whisenhunt said. "They know if they throw it out there, he's going to go and get it."
Urban finds end zone in finale
(12/28/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught four passes for 43 yards in Week 17 against Seattle, including a 16-yard touchdown catch. He had 34 catches for 448 yards and four touchdowns this season.
(12/28/2008) The Cardinals made WR Anquan Boldin inactive for their Week 17 game vs. Seattle as he continues to be hampered by a shoulder injury. Steve Breaston will start in his place. The club had hoped that Boldin would play a few snaps, but they're obviously going to keep him rested so that he can play in their home playoff game next week.
Whisenhunt: Cardinals won't rest
(12/22/2008) Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday that the team's first-string players will see lots of playing time vs. Seattle in Week 17. Whisenhunt wants to end the regular season strong so that the Cardinals have some momentum heading into the playoffs. "We've worked hard to create something here, to gain the trust of a lot of our fans," Whisenhunt said, "and we feel like we've let them down the last two weeks because of what's happened here in the past."
Urban has two catches
(12/21/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban had two catches for 36 yards Sunday at New England.
Boldin could miss game
(12/18/2008) Arizona WR Anquan Boldin could be sidelined for Sunday's game at New England. Boldin, named to the Pro Bowl for a third time on Tuesday, has a shoulder injury. He sat out practice Wednesday and Thursday. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he would take a conservative approach with Boldin. If Boldin can't play, Steve Breaston will move into a starting spot with Jerheme Urban moving to the No. 3 receiver spot. Rookie Early Doucet also could see some playing time at the wide receiver position.
Urban breaks free for score
(12/15/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught three passes for 82 yards in Week 15 against Minnesota. He broke free from tackles in the third quarter to break loose for a 50-yard touchdown.
WR Urban comes back down to earth
(11/28/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban, who caught five passes for 69 yards in Week 12, caught only one for three yards Week 13 at Philadelphia. He has exactly one catch in four of the last seven weeks.
Urban makes five grabs in Week 12
(11/24/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught five passes for 69 yards in Week 12 against the Giants. His longest catch went for 32 yards.
Urban hauls in just one pass
(11/16/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught one pass for nine yards during a Week 11 win against the Seahawks. The only other pass intended for Urban was picked off by Josh Wilson. It was the sixth time this season Urban had one or zero catches.
Urban posts four-catch game
(11/11/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught four passes for 38 yards during a Week 10 win against the 49ers. His longest reception went 16 yards and he was targeted five times by QB Kurt Warner. Urban now has 18 catches for 206 yards and two touchdowns in his last six games after getting zero catches in his first three contests.
Urban makes one catch count
(11/2/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught only one pass in a Week 9 win over the Rams, but he made it count when he hauled in a 56-yard touchdown toss from Kurt Warner.
Urban has four catches
(10/26/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban had four catches for 51 yards Sunday at Carolina.
Urban makes only one catch Week 6
(10/13/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught just a one-yard pass Week 6 against the Cowboys. He entered the game with eight receptions on the season.
Urban gets only 10 through the air
(10/5/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban, expected to play a bigger role on offense Week 5 against the Bills with Anquan Boldin out after suffering a concussion in Week 4, instead only caught three passes for 10 yards.
Urban finally stats in 2008
(9/28/2008) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban finally got on the stat sheet in 2008 during a Week 4 loss to the Jets. After being shutout in the first three games, Urban exploded for five catches for 50 yards and a score. Urban caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Kurt Warner in the fourth quarter as Arizona ended up losing 56-35.
Urban completes pass vs. 'Skins
(9/21/2008) Arizona WR Jerheme Urban didn't catch a pass in Week 3 against the Redskins. He did throw a pass, however. Urban hit rookie RB Tim Hightower for 18 yards on a trick play for the Cardinals.
(12/14/2007) He has an oddly-spelled first name, but Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban got noticed for another reason in Week 14 when he caught six passes for 123 yards and a touchdown against the Seahawks. In Week 15, he faces a Saints defense that ranks 29th out of 32 in the NFL in passing yards allowed.
Urban explodes for 123 yards
(12/9/2007) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban found himself on the inactive list from Week 11 to 13 and has been inactive for a total of six games this season. He came into Week 14 against the Seahawks with 13 catches for 176 yards and one touchdown. He was headed for a fourth straight week being inactive before Anquan Boldin had to sit out with a toe injury. How did Urban respond? He tied for a team-high with six catches and posted a game-high 123 receiving yards. He also scored on a 2-yard touchdown reception.
(11/11/2007) Cardinals TE Troy Bienemann, TE Ben Patrick, WR Jerheme Urban and WR Sean Morey didn't record statistics Week 10 against the Lions.
WR Urban makes one catch
(11/4/2007) WR Jerheme Urban caught just one pass at Tampa Bay Sunday.
Urban nets 41 receiving yards
(10/21/2007) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught three passes for 41 yards, including a 22-yard reception, during a Week 7 loss to the Redskins. He now has 12 catches for 164 yards and one touchdown in four games.
Urban, Pope get one catch each
(10/14/2007) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban had one catch for 42 yards and TE Leonard Pope had one catch for three yards in Arizona's 25-10 loss to the Panthers in Week 6.
Urban makes three catches
(10/7/2007) Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban caught three passes for 28 yards in Week 5 vs. St. Louis.
Urban gets touchdown in Week 4
(9/30/2007) With Anquan Boldin out, Cardinals WR Jerheme Urban got more looks than Bryant Johnson in Week 4 against the Steelers. He caught five passes for 53 yards, including a six-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.
Cardinals list Week 3 inactives
(9/23/2007) The Cardinals inactives for Week 3 against Baltimore are DB Matt Ware, RB Tim Castille, LB Brandon Johnson, DL Alan Branch, WR Jerheme Urban and DL Quentin Moses.
Cardinals list Week 2 inactives
(9/16/2007) The Cardinals listed FB Tim Castille (coach's decision), DL Alan Branch (hand, questionable), WR Jerheme Urban (coach's decision), DL Quentin Moses (coach's decision) and DL Ross Kolodziej (knee, out) as inactive for Week 2 vs. Seattle.
Urban inactive for Week 1
(9/10/2007) Jerheme Urban is among the inactives for the Cardinals in Week 1 at San Francisco.
Cardinals claim WR Urban
(9/3/2007) The Arizona Cardinals have claimed WR Jehreme Urban off waivers. Urban, an undrafted free agent out of Trinity University, played 11 games in three seasons with Seattle, then was signed by Dallas last October and spent the rest of the season on the Cowboys' practice squad.
Twenty Cowboys ride into sunset
(9/2/2007) The Cowboys cut 20 other players, including rookie QBs Matt Moore and Richard Bartel, to get their roster to the mandatory 53 players. The other Cowboys cuts were veteran CB Aaron Glenn, DT Remi Ayodele; RBs Arliss Beach and Alonzo Coleman; TEs Adam Bergen and Rodney Hannah; WRs Damarius Bilbo, Mike Jefferson and Jerheme Urban; CBs Quincy Butler and Joey Thomas; center Trey Darilek; LBs Junior Glymph, Khari Long, Blair Phillips and John Saldi; FB Lousaka Polite; DE Marcus Smith; and offensive lineman Matthew Tarullo.
Four receptions for Urban
(2/6/2006) Jerheme Urban recorded seven receptions for 151 yards this season as a reserve wide receiver in Seattle.
Seattle cuts Jerheme Urban
(11/10/2005) The Seahawks waived/injured WR Jerheme Urban after he suffered a stress fracture in his foot.
Seattle releases Jerheme Urban
(11/9/2005) According to reports, the Seattle Seahawks have released Jerheme Urban.
Urban chips in for Seahawks
(10/17/2005) Seattle WR Jerheme Urban had two catches for 37 yards in Sunday night's blowout win over the Texans.
Seahawks re-sign WR Urban
(10/4/2005) With starters Darrell Jackson and Bobby Engram battling injuries, Seattle re-signed WR Jerheme Urban on Tuesday. To make room on the roster, Seattle released defensive end Alain Kashama, who was inactive all four games this season.
Seahawks release Jerheme Urban
(9/14/2005) The Seattle Seahawks have released Jerheme Urban.
Urban returns to action
(5/4/2005) The Tacoma News Tribune reports Jerheme Urban (foot) is back on the practice field.
Seahawks re-sign Urban
(2/9/2005) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports the Seahawks have re-signed Jerheme Urban.
Jerheme Urban out
(1/5/2005) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Urban (foot) is listed as out for Saturday's Wild Card game vs. the Rams.
Urban nursing foot injury
(12/21/2004) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Jerheme Urban will miss the next few weeks of practice due to a foot injury.
Urban has 36 yards, score
(12/7/2004) Jerheme Urban had two receptions for 36 yards and a touchdown in Week 13 against the Cowboys.
Seahawks promote Jerheme Urban
(11/5/2004) According to reports, the Seahawks have promoted Urban to the active roster.