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Found May 21, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:

An Raiders fan posted a photo of a crowd of fans waiting for Charles Woodson to arrive in Oakland. @rapsheet Best fans in the NFL wouldn’t you agree!!! twitter.com/SJ82Ross/statu… — RatherUnique (@SJ82Ross) May 21, 2013 This is pretty impressive. Need NFL Tickets? The post Large crowd of Raiders fans show up to welcome Charles Woodson (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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  • Come on home, Charles. In Denver you'd just be another veteran in their patchwork desperation. In Oakland, you'll be coming back to the family.
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