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Raiders Off-Season: Charles Woodson Back in Black

The team announced that they inked Charles Woodson to a new one-year contract worth approximately 1.8 million in 2015. Statistically, the future first ballot Hall of Famer has had career highs in tackles the past two years since returning to Oakland. Woodson continues to get better with age, just as the vintages he produces do at his winery TwentyFour Wines. If Woodson, can continue...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Raiders bringing Woodson back for one more season — his 18th

  The Oakland Raiders signed pending free-agent safety Charles Woodson to a one-year contract extension on Monday, bringing him back for an 18th season in the NFL. The team announced the contract by releasing a picture on Twitter of Woodson signing the deal next to Hall of Fame defensive back Willie Brown. Woodson was eligible to be a free agent in March. Woodson will turn 39 in...
Via AP on Fox
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Charles Woodson returning to Raiders for 2015 season

Charles Woodson wants to keep playing in the NFL for the 2015 season and the Raiders have obliged signing the veteran to a one-year deal. Woodson, 38, is one of the oldest players in the NFL. Selected as an alternate for the Pro Bowl, Woodson had a career high 112 tackles last season. The return of Woodson is hardly a surprise for a Raiders team that went 3-13 in 2014. While Woodson’s...
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Julius Thomas says becoming a Raider is a possibility

The Denver Broncos are likely to allow tight end Julius Thomas to hit the open market in March, which will likely make him one of the most coveted free agents in the NFL this year. Thomas spoke with 95.7 The Game in the Bay Area about potentially playing for the Oakland Raiders next season. “Everything’s a possibility,” Thomas said Monday.  “The Raiders would have...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders re-sign Charles Woodson

Photo from @Raiders or The Raiders made their first signing of the new year, extending safety Charles Woodson’s contract for another season, the team announced. Charles is coming off a strong season that found him playing in the box and utilizing his ability to read plays and make tackles in the box instead of trying to utilize him as a traditional sideline-to-sideline...
Via Thoughts from the Dark Side
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Woodson re-signs with the Raiders for 2015

UPDATE: The Oakland Raiders have re-signed Charles Woodson for another season. The future Hall of Famer will turn 39 this season but looked even better in 2014 than he did in 2013 when he first returned to the team. Perhaps Woodson has taken the wine business personally and is getting better with age. That or he had a new coach in 2014 in Marcus Robertson who helped him learn the...
Via cover32 - Raiders
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders promote Marcus Robertson, likely to bring Charles Woodson back

The Oakland Raiders have not yet hired a defensive coordinator but they have announced one defensive coach, promoting Marcus Robertson from assistant defensive backs coach to defensive backs coach. This will be Robertson’s second year with the Raiders after being a secondary coach with both the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys from 2007-2013. Most of the time, the hiring of a defensive...
Via cover32 - Raiders
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders GM would welcome Woodson's return for 18th NFL season

When it comes to his NFL future, safety Charles Woodson should know he has a fan in Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie. McKenzie said Wednesday that he would like Woodson to return for an 18th NFL season in 2015 and has expressed the same to new Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio. Speaking on Wednesday at the Reese's Senior Bowl, McKenzie said he plans to speak with Woodson...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Five-Star Cornerback Iman Marshall Dons Charles Woodson’s No.2 While On Visit To Michigan Monday

Consensus five-star cornerback recruit Iman Marshall of Long Beach (Calif.) Poly made a visit to Michigan on Monday, and while on campus, he got to don a no. 2 Wolverine jersey. Prospects wearing jerseys with their numbers on them is standard recruiting visit procedure, but no. 2 also happens to be the number of former Michigan star cornerback and 1997 Heisman Trophy winner, Charles...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Woodson wants Jim Harbaugh to coach Michigan over Raiders

Charles Woodson is only signed through the end of the season with the Oakland Raiders, but the 38-year-old has looked like a player who has at least another good year in him. Might Woodson re-sign with the Raiders and play under Jim Harbaugh in 2015? He hopes not. During an appearance on the Rich Eisen...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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