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Free agent defensive back Charles Woodson says NFL teams think heís too old, and thatís why he remains unemployed six weeks after the Packers cut him.ďIím 36, so of course Iím considered ancient in the game right now, and teams are looking for younger players and trying to make their rosters younger,Ē Woodson said on NFL AM. ďIf youíre an older guy they kind of push you to the side, and theyíll maybe look at you much later on down the road, when I guess they figure they can get you much cheaper.ĒWoodson says his camp has put out word that heís interested in finding a new team, but so far that interest hasnít been reciprocated.ďNothing right now, nothing substantial. Iím just waiting around. We put feelers out, just to see where everybodyís at, but thereís not much right now,Ē Woodson said.The season is still five months away, and thereís still a good chance that some team will bring Woodson in this year. But right now, Woodson is right: 36-year-olds are low priorities for NFL teams
Hell, brees might not be as accurate as manziel.
I remember when our fanbase didn't want Gruden to bring him in because he was another oakland guy...
I definitely think some team should get him, but not us. We don't 2 old CBs who can't keep up in man to man anymore.
I've always been a fan of his...let's pick him up...WhyTF not..?
Quote from: CalicoJack55 on April 05, 2013, 07:06:50 PMI remember when our fanbase didn't want Gruden to bring him in because he was another oakland guy...See I remember it differently. Most were ecstatic at the prospect of adding Woodson to play FS(at the time). His signing was extremely close too, he had dinner with Allen and Gruden the night before he signed in Green Bay. We just didn't offer him enough cash. The fan had nothing to do with it, even of they did more people wanted to sign him than not.