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The most high profile free agent left on the market is former Green Bay Safety Charles Woodson. The 36 year old, 16 year veteran has yet to sign, but has reportedly made visits with the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos. The New York Giants are reportedly interested in signing him as well. So what about the Dallas Cowboys? Might they make a run at the 2009 AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year?
Maybe. The team has been surprisingly mum on the subject, a stance we wish they would apply to other aspects of the organization. Yet, the team seems to have crossed all of their other to-do’s off of their list. Tony Romo extension? Done. NFL Draft? Done. Doug Free situation? Done. The Dallas Cowboys have been surprisingly efficient in their getting-things-done mode in 2013. They’ve managed to fill a lot of holes on the current roster. The one spot where we have seen little to no action is at Safety, and the team appears to have a glaring need.
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According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, Charles Woodson’s agent told her that the New York Giants have shown some interest in his client.
Just received another Charles Woodson update:”The Giants have just put their toe in the water again for Charles Woodson.” –Carl Poston.
— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) May 16, 2013
Woodson met with the Broncos yesterday and left without...
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Charles Woodson is still looking for a team for the 2013 NFL season but the list of suitors is apparently growing. Add the Oakland Raiders to a list of teams who have interest in the 36-year-old.
“As of right now the plan is for him to fly in Tuesday,” Woodson’s agent said. “We are still waiting for their official schedule at this time.”
Green Bay Packers free agent Charles Woodson visited with
the Denver Broncos yesterday. While the veteran left the meeting without a
contract, the Broncos are viewed by many around the NFL as the favorite to sign
him, according to Mike Klis of The Denver Post.
Woodson spent yesterday with Broncos coaches, personnel and
a few players. There isn’t a clear fit for Woodson on the...
The New York Giants were one of the first teams to be tied to Green Bay Packers free agent Charles Woodson at the start of the offseason. Nothing has developed between New York and Woodson, but Josina Anderson of ESPN is now reporting that the Giants are interested in the veteran defensive back.
Just received another Charles Woodson update:"The Giants have just put their toe...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Charles Woodson has another team interested in signing him.Woodson's agent, Carl Poston, tells The Associated Press that the 36-year-old defensive back will visit with The Oakland Raiders on Tuesday.
The 2009 NFL Defensive Player of the Year would've traveled to Oakland from Denver after meeting with the Broncos on Wednesday, but he had charity obligations...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys offensive lineman Doug Free has agreed to a pay cut.
Free will earn a total of $7 million dollars for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He was originally scheduled to make a total of $15 million.
The Cowboys can use some of the extra money they now have to extend to contracts of some of their younger players like linebacker Sean Lee...
Charles Woodson has another team interested in signing him.
The most high profile free agent left on the market is former Green Bay Safety Charles Woodson. The 36 year old, 16 year veteran has yet to sign, but has reportedly made visits with the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos. The New York Giants are reportedly interested in signing him as well. So what about the Dallas Cowboys? Might they make a run at the 2009 AP NFL Defensive Player...
No one questioned the Dallas Cowboys for giving offensive tackle Doug Free a lucrative, long-term contract in 2011. The former fourth-round pick had been the club's most consistent linemen and other teams were poised to sign him in free agency.
It was hard to imagine him completely regressing as a player and ultimately platooning at right tackle with the inexperienced Jermey...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Denver Broncos are trying to sign free agent Charles Woodson, but the Giants could get in the way.
Broncos pursuing deal with DB Charles Woodson and thought it could happen quickly but Giants could have renewed interest
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) May 16, 2013
It looks like things are heating up very quickly for Woodson. The Raiders have...
The Dallas Cowboys have significantly reduced right tackle Doug Free's salary after a difficult season that ended with him as a part-time player.
The Cowboys reworked the final two years of Free's contract, and will he make $3.5 million in 2013 instead of $7 million. Dallas probably would have cut Free if the five-year veteran had rejected a salary cut.
Free is now set...
Back in early March, the New York Giants were sniffing around defensive back Charles Woodson. At one point, they even reached out to his agent, but the interest eventually died down and then seemed to completely fade out. That changed on Thursday however, and Big Blue has reportedly re-entered the chase for the veteran.
"The Giants have just put their toe in the water again...
IRVING, Texas Doug Free moved briskly on Wednesday at Valley Ranch, shifting from the weight room in the morning to the front office in the noon hour to back in the Dallas Cowboys good graces when in the early afternoon he accepted the clubs offer to cut his salary in half.
As first reported by FoxSports Southwest, the beleaguered right tackle Free agreed to a reduced two-year...
In episode 13 of the RaidersBlog podcast, Christopher Hansen and Taylor Armosino discuss the rookie minicamp, as well as the signings of Charles Woodson and Josh Cribbs.
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