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|Date of birth:June 19, 1973|
|Place of birth: Rockville, Connecticut|
|College: Fresno State|
|NFL Draft: 1996 / Round: 4 / Pick: 132|
|Debuted in 1996|
|Last played in 1999|
Career NFL statistics
|Stats at pro-football-reference.com|
After being cut by the Steelers, Arnold played one game with the Green Bay Packers but did not record any yardage.
Arnold was drafted by the XFL's Birmingham Thunderbolts on the second day of the draft and was chosen 194th overall. On March 16, 2001, Arnold was waived by the Thunderbolts and was claimed by the Memphis Maniax. In the XFL's lone season, Arnold played two games, both with the Maniax. He finished with 10 yards receiving 48 yards on returned kickoffs, and 50 yards on returned punts.
Arnold also played several years of arena football before retiring in 2004.
Arnold has been living in Tampa, FL since 1999. He was diagnosed in August 2007 with a progressive liver disease known as Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, which is the same ailment that claimed the life of NFL Hall Of Fame running back Walter Payton in 1999.
- XFLboard.com: Day 2 Draft Complete
- "Sports Transactions: March 16, 2001". NewYorkPost.com. 2001-03-16. Retrieved 2011-01-20.
- XFLboard.com: XFL individual stats, receiving
- XFLboard.com: XFL individual stats, kickoff returns
- XFLboard.com: XFL individual stats, punt returns
- Jahine Arnold: Give To Live (personal blog)
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