Nearly three months after being released by the Green Bay Packers, free agent defensive back Charles Woodson is still looking for a team to sign with, but he's not ready to give up yet.
One team that it sounds like is a complete non-option for Woodson, though, is a return to the Packers next season.
"I have not heard anything from Green Bay," Woodson said Thursday night on NFL Network. "We parted our ways a couple months ago. They told me they were moving on. I guess I took that to mean there was no opportunity to go back so I am looking for a future with another organization."
Woodson had been with the Packers since 2006 when he signed a seven-year, 52 million deal. In his seven seasons in Green Bay, Woodson added four more Pro Bowls to his resume (bringing his total to eight) and was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year in 2009.
But with Woodson now 36 years old and the Packers looking to get younger, the split between the two sides appears permanent.
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