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Woodson Cut But Has Options Aplenty

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Charles Woodson's career is in a much difference place than the last time he was a free agent in 2006. Back then, he wanted to revive a career that wasn't quite living up to potential.

Now Woodson, 36, is looking for one more chance to get a ring.

Woodson was wildly overpaid by the Green Bay Packers, so his release on Friday comes as no...

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