What does G Stanley Daniels bring to table?

The Jets are quietly adding offensive linemen who they think can upgrade this inconsistent unit. The latest addition is guard Stanley Daniels.

Daniels, a former University of Washington standout, was in camp briefly last summer before being released.

It's no secret the Jets could use a new left guard, and that is the position Daniels played his last two years for the Huskies.

The Jets need to add some linemen who play with a little bit more fire and power. Daniels could help in both areas.

During his brief stay in camp, he did show some fire by getting into a fight in his first practice.

He also is a powerfully built 6-3, 322 pounds. He looks the part of what you are looking for in an NFL guard.

One problem for the Jets left guard in 2007, Adrian Clarke, was his lack of athleticism. The Jets need to upgrade the athletic ability at the position. Daniels has very good quickness and athletic abilty for his size.

Also, word out of UW is that he's got great character and leadership.

We don't want to put him in Canton just yet, but this kid could turn into a player who could help the Jets problematic offensive line.

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