NFL Teams: Signing Jets Players Off The Waivers List

Keith BennettCorrespondent IOctober 6, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 3:  Running back Danny Woodhead #22 of the New York Jets rushes for yardage against the Philadelphia Eagles during the NFL preseason game at Giants Stadium on September 3, 2009 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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The Jets are showing how strong the players that on their roster. NFL teams are picking up Jets as soon they place on waivers. Former Jets fan fan favorite Danny Woodhead, has become a key role player for the New England Patriots. Woodhead paticipated in 28 of the Patriots' 58 offensive snaps in their Monday night victory over the Dolphins. Danny Woodhead has seen his role expand, playing in both the three-receiver package and also in some two-tight end sets. Woodhead was a underdog soon as he arrived in camp. He 's listed at 5-foot-9. But he really 5-foot-8. Danny Woodhead has a heart you can't replace. Now the Panthers cut the underachieving wide receiver on Tuesday following his second DWI arrest in three years and claimed wide receiver David Clowney off waivers from the New York Jets to replace him. The Panthers considered acquiring Clowney last month when the Jets released him, and he eventually re-signed with the Jets nine days later. The offseason emphasis was on adding speed to their passing attack, and they stressed it by drafting LaFell, Gettis and Armanti Edwards. David Clowney fit this mold for the Panthers. Look at Leon Washington with the Seahawks and he found new life. Mike Tannenbaum must be very careful with his Jets roster. Players get hurt all the time in the NFL. Seems like the Jets have future stars waiting.