Found May 02, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
Charles Woodson can't find a team to sign with, but players across the NFL still hold a very high opinion of the the 36-year-old defensive back. That was proven when Woodson was voted No. 85 on NFL Network's top 100 players list of 2013. Woodson was released by the Green Bay Packers in February, three years after winning the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year award. With less than three months until training camp opens leaguewide, Woodson is still a free agent and doesn't appear close to signing with any team. Woodson played in only seven games last season, missing the second half of the regular season with a broken collarbone. He finished the season with only one interception and 1.5 sacks. Follow Paul Imig on Twitter.
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