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AL WOODS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Losing Al Woods To The Titans Didn’t Turn Out Well For The Steelers

During the offseason, I thought for sure that the Pittsburgh Steelers would re-sign defensive lineman Al Woods. It would have made a lot of sense being as the team was destined to let defensive end Ziggy Hood walk. In addition, there was no guarantee that Brett Keisel would be returning along with no guarantee that […] Losing Al Woods To The Titans Didn’t Turn Out Well For The...
Via Steelers Depot
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

More on Al Woods

To get a better idea of what the Titans are getting, I went back and watched a couple games of defensive lineman Al Woods, whom they signed back in March. Similar to when I did a similar exercise for Sammie Lee Hill last year, the first question was which games to watch. This really wasn’t that hard of a question, but it’s the first place to start with an analysis of him. Although...
Via Total Titans
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Defensive tackle could be key position drafted by Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans did little to bolster the defensive line in free agency thus far. Aside from signing Al Woods, Antonio Johnson and a re-signing a few guys, Tennessee hasn’t quite made the defensive splash they were expected to. With the NFL Draft approaching, could the Titans target one of Buck Stanton’s top 10 defensive tackles? You may also be interested in:Defensive tackle...
Via cover32 - Titans
March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans add DL Al Woods

The Tennessee Titans on Wednesday made their second acquisition of free agency, signing defensive lineman Al Woods. Woods formerly played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jim Wyatt indicates it's a two-year deal for $5 million. Woods was originally drafted out of LSU in the fourth round by New Orleans in 2010. He did not make the Saints out of training camp. The Buccaneers signed...
Via Total Titans
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans come to terms with former-Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman

Unlike last year, the Tennessee Titans aren’t out to make a big splash in free agency. They don’t want to get caught overspending yet again and it showed Wednesday, when they came to terms with Al Woods, a defensive lineman who has plenty of upside. The #Titans have agreed to terms with Steelers defensive lineman Al Woods — Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) March 12, 2014 It’s a...
Via cover32 - Titans
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Titans Agree To Terms With DT Al Woods

  Gerry Dulac reports that the Titans have reached an agreement with former Steelers DT Al Woods. Jim Wyatt reports that Woods receives a two-year contract worth $5 million. Woods, 26, visited with the Titans on Monday and there were reports earlier in the day that the two sides had reached an agreement, but it appears as though they needed some additional time to get things...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers NT Al Woods To Meet With Cardinals, Packers

(Courtesy of bleacherreport.com) Steelers nose tackle Al Woods will meet with the Cardinals and Packers on Thursday. He is also meeting with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday. Woods, 26, played college football at LSU, has spent the last three seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here’s a name RT @jwyattsports: #Steelers DL Al Woods sked to visit #Packers on Thursday and #Cardinals...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Steelers Free Agent DL Al Woods To Visit Packers, Cardinals After Titans

Pittsburgh Steelers unrestricted free agent defensive lineman Al Woods visited with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday and Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported he had signed with them. Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean is now refuting Bouchette's report on Twitter and says Woods still has free agent visits scheduled with the Green Bay Packers and the Arizona Cardinals. Woods...
Via Steelers Depot
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

How Much Will It Cost The Steelers To Keep Al Woods In Pittsburgh?

In less than a month, Pittsburgh Steelers backup defensive lineman Al Woods will be an unrestricted free agent and while you don't hear much talk about him, you would have to think the organization would like to keep him around a few more years. The Steelers have a lot of time invested in Woods, who joined the team in November of 2011 after being claimed off waivers from the Seattle...
Via Steelers Depot
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Al Woods States His Case To Return To Steelers Line Rotation

By Matthew Marczi It has been interesting watching Al Woods as the season progressed and his snap count increased from game to game, in part due to injury to either Steve McLendon or Brett Keisel and in part due to the earned trust of the coaching staff. While his performance has at times been a mixed bag—which is to be expected from a reserve that prior to now has had only limited...
Via Steelers Depot
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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