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The last thing Armanti Edwards was worried about as a rookie was throwing passes for the Carolina Panthers. His sole focus, he was told last season, was learning to play wide receiver and return punts, no easy task considering he played quarterback at Appalachian State.
Devin Thomas is known for appearing in a music video with Fantasia, for his modeling work and for a picture that made the rounds on Twitter showing him sleeping in a Washington Redskins film room.
David Clowney didn't know how thin and inexperienced the Carolina Panthers were at receiver until he arrived this week as a waiver claim from the New York Jets.
The Carolina Panthers released receiver Dwayne Jarrett on Tuesday, hours after his second arrest on a charge of driving while impaired in less than three years.
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.
The Jets are moving on without Darrelle Revis _ for now.
Wide receiver David Clowney and running backs Danny Woodhead and Chauncey Washington have made the New York Jets' 53-man roster.
David Clowney has been all over the map this summer, working with charities from New Jersey to Haiti.
Carolina had only three rookie receivers and David Clowney, claimed off waivers last week, available in Sunday's 23-6 loss to Chicago.
Clowney, first let go in final cuts before the start of the regular season, said he was told he'd be used as a receiver, but spent most of his time on special teams.