Maybe he picks Denver, but Charles Woodson is intrigued with idea of finishing his NFL career in same place he started it: Oakland.
Detroit News "Former Michigan standout Charles Woodson, a Heisman Trophy winner and eight-time NFL Pro Bowl player, said he would consider playing for the Detroit Lions. But a lot of things would have to fall into place, like the right financial figures. Woodson, in Ann Arbor on Friday to support the..." May 18
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "You may have noticed former Packers cornerback Charles Woodson appeared on two shows on the NFL Network this week. He was interviewed on "NFL Total Access" about his being a free agent after 15 seasons in the league. He also provided analysis on Thursday’s installment of "The Top 100 Players of..." May 11
NFL.com "Charles Woodson figured he'd have more clarity to his situation by now. The three-time All-Pro has remained on the free-agent market since being released by the Green Bay Packers in February. He has met with only one team, a fruitless visit with the San Francisco 49ers. Woodson was at NFL..." May 10
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Free agent defensive back Charles Woodson, in an interview with a radio station in Atlanta, compared the experience he is currently having in the market with his experience in 2006, before the Green Bay Packers acquired him. “Oddly enough, it’s a lot like it is right now," Woodson said about..." April 13
ESPN.com "Free-agent defensive back Charles Woodson says NFL teams think he's too old, and that's why he remains unemployed six weeks after the Green Bay Packers cut him. "I'm 36, so of course I'm considered ancient in the game right now, and teams are looking for younger players and trying to make their..." April 06
PackersNews.com "Charles Woodson understands the reality of being a 15-year veteran in today’s NFL. In a league where teams want to get younger and younger, the market for a 36-year-old defensive back coming off his second broken collarbone in three years isn’t tremendous. So, Woodson’s wait continues nearly..." April 05
ACME Packing Company "As soon as it was announced that Charles Woodson would be released from the Packers the major NFL media outlets unleashed their gaggle of talking heads upon us, speculating where Woodson may end up. Now that a brief mourning period has passed, it is a good time for us to jump in the ring as well..." February 18
Fox Sports Wisconsin "After seven seasons with the Packers, veteran defensive back Charles Woodson is reportedly close to being released by Green Bay. The first indication of Woodson's pending release came from a post on his winery's Twitter account, TwentyFourWines. "Thank you Green Bay; It was a great run," the..." February 15
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "After seven seasons and 100 games, Charles Woodson's illustrious career with the Green Bay Packers has come to an end. On Friday afternoon, the Packers made the news official. “(Woodson) has been an integral part of the Packers’ success and our Super Bowl title in 2010 would not have been..." February 15
Carl Poston, Charles Woodson's agent, tells me: "They're getting ready to release him. It's part of the business."
PackersNews.com "With their carryover from last year’s salary cap, the Green Bay Packers have about $7 million in cap space for the 2013 season. But that number will increase over the next few weeks and perhaps more than triple, depending on general manager Ted Thompson’s roster moves before the start of free..." February 12