It’s another list and we’re here to break it down! Forbes has ranked the NFL’s most and least liked players. Three Green Bay Packers are among the most liked.
The Green Bay Packers will be without Charles Woodson for six weeks. Woodson has a fractured collarbone. Here’s how they’ll replace him.
The Green Bay Packers have solved their issues in the secondary pretty quickly. After releasing Charlie Peprah, they started Charles Woodson at safety and Jarrett Bush at cornerback this morning.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is not pleased with cornerback Charles Woodson. Here are photos of the confrontation and what went down.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson said he’s not opposed to playing safety, where he would take over for the recently-released Nick Collins. That is, if the Packers can find his replacement.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t said it publicly, but it seems obvious it’s time to move cornerback Charles Woodson to safety. We tell you why and take a look at another Woodson that moved to safety.
Despite rampant speculation, the Green Bay Packers will not be moving Charles Woodson to safety. The team wants to keep him close to the line and coaches are once again talking up their younger players.
We’re taking a look at Green Bay Packers who are or potentially could be bound for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We break down the chances of three current players and one former player.
The Green Bay Packers owe cornerback Charles Woodson a lot of money in 2012. Will they keep the 35-year-old cornerback? Probably, but they could move him to a new position. We break down Woodson’s future for you.
The Green Bay Packers put two players on the NFL All-Pro team — Aaron Rodgers and Charles Woodson. At least one of the results is a little surprising, though. Here’s the breakdown.
The Avengers — Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and The Incredible Hulk — are totally no match for the Green Bay Packers. What the hell are we talking about? Take a look!
The Green Bay Packers are only halfway to a potential undefeated season and don’t have a defense playing at a championship level, but that isn’t stopping some members of the team from discussing running the table.
The Green Bay Packers defense isn’t playing good football right now and the players know it. Cornerback Charles Woodson stated it plainly. Here’s our take.
Just when you thought Aaron Rodgers couldn’t get any better, he puts on a performance like he did Sunday that just blows your mind. Two rushing touchdowns. Four TD passes. More than 400 yards passing and, yes, one interception but that was more bad luck on his part than a bad decision. In short, […]
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson has been fined $10,000 by the NFL for throwing a punch in the team’s victory over the New Orleans Saints.
Charles Woodson will turn 35 in October and is entering his 14th NFL season, but the veteran Green Bay Packers cornerback doesn’t seem to have any designs on retiring anytime soon. When asked how long he planned on playing, Woodson left his future in the Packers hands.
Seven Green Bay Packers made CBSSports.com senior writer Pete Prisco’s top 100 NFL players of 2011 list. The top-ranked Packer should come as no surprise. QB Aaron Rodgers came in at No. 6 overall — behind Texans wideout Andre Johnson, Raiders cornerback Nmandi Asomugha, Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware and (puke) quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton […]
Both of the Green Bay Packers starting cornerbacks, Charles Woodson and Tramon Williams, made ESPN’s cornerback power rankings list. Woodson finished third and Williams finished seventh. Not surprisingly, the top two in the rankings were the New York Jets’ Darrelle Revis and the Oakland Raiders’ Nnamdi Asomugha, who received all the first and second place votes.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson released a statement in support of Wisconsin workers over the weekend. Here it is in its entirety. Last week I was proud when many of my current and former teammates announced their support for the working families fighting for their rights in Wisconsin. Today I am honored to join […]
The Green Bay Packers got to control the world for a minute.
At least that was Charles Woodson’s assessment of what it meant to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange, which Woodson, teammates John Kuhn, Ryan Grant and Packers president Mark Murphy did, yesterday.