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Topic - Chauncey Washington
Revis Island is open for business again _ just in time for the New York Jets to start what they hope will be a Super Bowl run.
Veteran fullback Tony Richardson has been released by the New York Jets, part of a series of roster moves a day after the team got down to the mandatory 53-player limit.
Wide receiver David Clowney and running backs Danny Woodhead and Chauncey Washington have made the New York Jets' 53-man roster.
The Jets are moving on without Darrelle Revis _ for now.
The Jets also waived wide receiver David Clowney and running back Chauncey Washington on Sunday, and claimed offensive tackle Patrick Brown (Minnesota), defensive tackle Marcus Dixon (Dallas) and wide receiver Patrick Turner (Miami) off waivers.