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The Green Bay Packers potential Pro Football Hall of Fame safety Charles Woodson was recently released and as much as it would be nice to see Woodson play on another team, he should retire. Not only due to his legacy, but his legacy on the Packers.
Woodson has played on the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers, but if he was truly to retire he would retire a Green Bay Packer.
The Packers are where he earned a Super Bowl victory in 2010 and the team where his journey in the NFL should end... Read more
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Charles Woodson may have played his last down as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Woodson has had an illustrious NFL career up to this point. After winning the Heisman Trophy and being drafted No. 4 overall in the 1999 NFL Draft, Woodson spent seven seasons in Oakland before signing with the Packers.
The Packers and Woodson agreed to a seven-year, $52-million contract...
The Green Bay Packers are set to release Charles Woodson, according to a report [...]
GREEN BAY, Wis. Respected veteran players like Charles Woodson can have an impact on NFL teams, even if it's not with their on-field production. It's impossible to quantify the value that it adds, but many players believe it to be true and sometimes that is more than half the battle while the collective group physically and mentally grinds through a challenging season.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Charles Woodson’s agent Carl Poston claims the Green Bay Packers will be releasing his client.
Carl Poston, Charles Woodson’s agent, tells me: “They’re getting ready to release him. It’s part of the business.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 15, 2013
Woodson looks like he has some football left in him. You have to...
Charles Woodson could be an interesting fit for Patriots - Sports - The Boston Globe:
It is being reported out of Green Bay that the Packers are releasing former All-Pro defensive back Charles Woodson.With this move, Woodson should become the most targeted defensive player by all teams looking for a safety or simply a leader that can lead their defense to greatness.Woodson had a down season in 2012, only playing seven games.He had 38 combined tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1...
The Green Bay Packers are expected to release veteran cornerback Charles Woodson. How did the news break? His wine company’s Twitter account.
Thank you Green Bay it was a great run! twitter.com/TwentyFourWine…
— Rick Ruiz (@TwentyFourWines) February 15, 2013
At first, people were as confused as can be. Why would a wine company with a user name “Rick Ruiz” Tweet...
Defensive back Charles Woodson helped the Packers win the Super Bowl two years ago
Charles Woodson was due a base salary of $6.5 million with a roster bonus of $2.5 million the first day of training camp, so it was only a matter of time before the Packers either renegotiated the future Hall of Famer’s contract or simply moved on without him. GM Ted Thompson opted for choice No...
According to a report, the Green Bay Packers are set to release defensive back Charles Woodson. Woodson, 36, was moved from cornerback to safety last season.
Money is the main issue for the decision. Woodson was set to make $9 million in 2013. The former Heisman trophy winner is an eight time pro-bowler and NFL defensive player of the year in 2009. He has 55 interceptions in 206 career NFL
I don’t really see it with Woodson because I think McCourty is more of the free safety-type...
If he is healthy he can help a team, but he is far removed from his glory days.
Released DB Charles Woodson’s agent Carl Poston: “He’d like to go play for a contender, win another Super Bowl. He caught that bug.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 15, 2013
Charles Woodson doesn’t have a football job.
Donald Driver just retired from his.
Greg Jennings is likely headed for a short stay on the unemployment line.
It’s that time of year when you realize there are major differences in the way fans feel about “their” teams and the way it is viewed by those that play for and manage those teams.
Pro football, as they say, is a business...
Even though Super Bowl XLVII wrapped up the 2012-2013 NFL season, there is still plenty of action going on in the league. Granted all of it is happening off the field, yet there has been some activity around the league. Teams are looking at their respective rosters and seeing who is no longer needed. Some of the teams released some heavy hitters while other teams resigned players...
Without the retirement of Donald Driver and Jeff Saturday and Friday's release of Charles Woodson, the Packers have just one player older than 30 years old.