Posted January 13, 2013 on
A strong season followed by a great start to the game fizzled as the 49ers did whatever they wanted during Saturday night's playoff game. "The one thing it does is it kind of makes you a little bit indecisive in what you want to do," Charles Woodson said of the Niners' option game.
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With Charles Woodson turning 37 years-old soon and the fact that he will account for $10 million towards the Green Bay Packers’ salary cap in 2013, it might make sense for them to release him this offseason.
Even though Woodson has been playing at a high level late in his career, it’s simply not worth it for the Packers to have an aging veteran tie up so much money under their...
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests that there’s a good chance that Packers cornerback Charles Woodson will not be retained by the team this offseason.
“[Ted] Thompson also probably will part ways with Woodson, who with a $10 million salary cap number is way too expensive to keep around for a 14-year veteran that has suffered two broken collarbones,”...