Saturday, April 06, 2013

Former Packers DB Woodson facing quiet market

According to, former Packers DB Charles Woodson is being shown little to no interest by other NFL teams. Woodson was released by Green Bay earlier this offseason.

A few weeks ago, Woodson visited and worked out for the San Francisco 49ers, but left without receiving an offer. When asked if the Ravens, who just let Ed Reed walk, had interest, Woodson said that he hadn't heard from them.

If I was him, I'd just retire. If he hasn't received any interest by now, he probably never will. He's had a great career and has pretty much guaranteed himself a spot in the Hall of Fame, but now it's just time for him to go.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

I was thinking about it the other way; he has to be patient.

He's only going to get a multi-year contract if he signs before the draft, which might still happen, because some team is going to have issues at cornerback. Al Harris got a couple second chances after the Packers released him and his injury was more serious.

However, he might have to wait for a one-year deal after the draft, and if Woodson doesn't want to finish up his career as a low priced veteran in a bit role, then he probably should retire.