The New York Jets today re-signed WR David Clowney and waived RB/WR Danny Woodhead.
After Mark Sanchez threw for just 74 yards in Monday night’s loss to the Ravens, the Green & White brought back a burner in Clowney. A three-year vet, the 6’0”, 188-pound Clowney played in 13 games last season and established career highs with 14 receptions for 191 yards and a TD. Originally a fifth-round pick of the Packers in 2007, he has appeared in 15 career games with the Green & White.
Woodhead, also in his third pro season, played against the Ravens but did not record an offensive stat. He appeared in 10 regular-season games last season in a dual role, rushing 15 times for 64 yards and catching eight balls for 87 yards.
Before Woodhead signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent, he won two consecutive Harlon Trophies (an award that honors the best player in Division II) while rushing for 7,962 yards and amassing 9,749 yards all-purpose yards at Chadron State. His college accomplishments included scoring in 38 straight games and rushing for more than 200 yards in 19 contests.
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