The Oakland Raiders have for the most part quietly gone about their business in the offseason.
General manager Reggie McKenzie decided top take care of salary cap issues by not signing big ticket free agents, making a trade for a quarterback at a relatively small cost, and brought home safety Charles Woodson.
Woodson marks the high water mark off the offseason and it could be where the Raiders turned the corner.
One former Raider who played with Woodson, Tim Brown thinks the safety has a golden opportunity to right some wrongs, help the team get better, and go out on top.
“I think it’s great. I think for C-Wood, it was probably the only move that he could have made. Once you get up there in age, you saw what Urlacher did. He just said, ‘I don’t want to put on another jersey,’ Brown said, via Jerry McDonald of the Contra Costa Times.
“I think when you get up there in age, you want look around and say, ‘OK, I have to go some place where I’m comfortable. Because I’m not tryin...