Damien WoodyWoody (left) was a mainstay on the Patriots offensive line from 1999 until 2003. In March 2004 he signed with the Detroit Lions and played two seasons. In 2008, he joined former Patriots coach Eric Mangini with the New York Jets.
In 2009, Woody started all 16 regular-season games for the Jets and came back to start 13 games in 2010 before getting released before the NFL lockout. Woody officially announced his retirement from football after 12 seasons in August. He joined ESPN as an NFL studio analyst, just like Mangini.