Charles Woodson is washed up. That’s what the Green Bay Packers said when they released him. Charles Woodson proved again last night that is not the case.
Charles Woodson just signed a new contract with the Oakland Raiders. He’ll play a 17th NFL season, making it pretty clear that he’s not washed up like the Green Bay Packers thought.
Charles Woodson is a stand-up guy and he still has former Aaron Rodgers’ back, even though he’s not longer a member of the Green Bay Packers. Solid.
Charles Woodson signed his contract with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday and the fans gave him a hero’s welcome. And why the hell not? Here are the photos.
Charles Woodson finally has a place to call home. After drawing virtually no interest after being cut by the Packers, Woodson has signed with the Oakland Raiders for a second tour of duty.
Charles Woodson may soon have a new home. Woodson reportedly has an offer from the Raiders and he’s visiting the Broncos today. The Panthers may also be in the mix.
Charles Woodson is still looking for a home after being released by the Green Bay Packers and he’s softening his stance on where he’ll play to find one.
Charles Woodson isn’t any close to finding a team than he was the day the Green Bay Packers released him. He says no one is interested, which raises one interesting possibility.
Charles Woodson hasn’t drawn much interest since the Green Bay Packers released him and the market has started to dry up. So now what? Let’s take a look.
Charles Woodson hasn’t garnered much interest since the Green Bay Packers cut him. That’s about to change with four teams calling. We handicap the race for Woodson’s services.
Charles Woodson’s former teammates with the Green Bay Packers had surprisingly little reaction to the veteran’s release. Kind of makes you wonder why. Here’s who did say something.
There’s already a Charles Woodson to the Chicago Bears meme featuring everyone’s favorite hangdog expression, Jay Cutler.
The Green Bay Packers are not interested in Charles Woodson at any price, which makes it obvious that they don’t think he can play anymore.
The Green Bay Packers will release safety Charles Woodson, according to his agent. The move will save the Packers $10 million, which they desperately need.
The Green Bay Packers have a decision to make on Charles Woodson and his huge contract. The good news is, the safety appears open to renegotiating his deal.
Aaron Rodgers says he wants Charles Woodson to return to the Green Bay Packers next season. Why is that ironic? Because if the Packers release Woodson, they’ll be doing so to pay Rodgers.
It may sound preposterous, but there’s a chance Charles Woodson won’t be back with the Green Bay Packers next season. We ponder the variables so you don’t have to.
Charles Woodson will not replace Casey Hayward in the Green Bay Packers nickel package against the Minnesota Vikings. Instead, he’ll remain at safety, which makes perfect sense.
The Green Bay Packers will have Charles Woodson back in the secondary for their third game with the Minnesota Vikings. Woodson has missed nine games with a broken collarbone.
The Green Bay Packers will be without Charles Woodson against the Chicago Bears, but Clay Matthews is set to return. We tell you why these things may not even matter.