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    Steelers claim Al Woods

    The Pittsburgh Steelers claimed defensive tackle Al Woods off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks, according to his agent, Albert Elias. Woods, 24, was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round last year out of LSU. Woods has also played for the Steelers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 6-foot-4, 307-pounder was cut by Seattle this week. He has recorded 19 career tackles and a half-sack in two NFL seasons, appearing in 11 career games.


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    So he's gonna be our NT of the future KTrain? 6'4" 307 that would be great

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    hes an insane athlete...big, fast, explosive, with giant hands and long arms....he was on tehe roster before and they didnt keep him cause he was too raw, which he is....however he could really be a stud in a 34 at any spot on the line...poor mans ngata, hes just gotta tighten his game up.

    LOVED him in the draft, holding out hope that they can make it work

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    We need all the help we can get, i hope he pans out then

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    hes an insane athlete...big, fast, explosive, with giant hands and long arms....he was on tehe roster before and they didnt keep him cause he was too raw, which he is....however he could really be a stud in a 34 at any spot on the line...poor mans ngata, hes just gotta tighten his game up.

    LOVED him in the draft, holding out hope that they can make it work
    Sounds promising, but why did he get cut from Seattle?

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    not sure, but hes been a saint, a buc, and a seahawk...i wouldnt really like him in a 43, but they keep trying it. he needs to get it together, but hopefully he can in a 34 cause hes built for anywhere on that line

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    The NT position should be wide open next year, assuming Casey retires. Hoke will be in the mix, as will McLendon so why not add Woods. Assuming he makes it the rest of the year on the PS I'd love to see him get a shot at a roster spot in 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    hes an insane athlete...big, fast, explosive, with giant hands and long arms....he was on tehe roster before and they didnt keep him cause he was too raw, which he is....however he could really be a stud in a 34 at any spot on the line...poor mans ngata, hes just gotta tighten his game up.

    LOVED him in the draft, holding out hope that they can make it work
    He must be an insane athlete and a pro bowler to boot that's why he keeps getting cut 4 teams in 3 years? practice body that is all

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    Quote Originally Posted by connecticutsteel View Post
    He must be an insane athlete and a pro bowler to boot that's why he keeps getting cut 4 teams in 3 years? practice body that is all
    measurable wise he is actually pretty ridiculous for a guy that size.

    its worth to keep him around, his problem is leverage and hands and he doesnt maximize his power...it can be fixed, hes worth taking a shot on....they must have brought him back for a reason. they let him go over mcclendon last year because he was so raw and our dline coach doesnt like that....but that can all be fixed over time. steelers cut harrison too, he needed work and then he was brought back eventually.

    he may not even be on the roster next week, but hes worth taking a look at

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