After 11 seasons with the team, Joe Whitt, Jr. is out as defensive pass game coordinator: Packers now have terminated Joe Whitt Jr., their Passing Game Coordinator. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 12, 2019 Charles ...
James Crawford's biggest claim to fame was probably being related to Charles Woodson. Until he made the Green Bay Packers roster.
Much like we are, Charles Woodson - the greatest football player of all time - has some negative thoughts about Big Fat Orange Baby, who also happens to be our president.
The Green Bay Packers' top internal candidate for the defensive coordinator position is cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt. Should he get the shot? Charles Woodson thinks so.
Several current and former Green Bay Packers have publicly thanked former general manager Ted Thompson for bringing them to town. Here's a look.
Both of Charles Woodson's former teams have given his number away. Both the Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders should stop. Retire No. 24 and No. 21!
Is it odd that Charles Woodson is taking a selfie with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers? Maybe. It's definitely odd that he's wearing an ascot.
Charles Woodson is still awesome in retirement. Woodson was speaking to Aaron Rodgers after the Packers game with the Colts was cancelled. He wanted none of the Colts' crap.
Looking at the notable players the Green Bay Packers have decided to move on from in recent seasons, it's hard to find much fault. Most haven't fared well.
Mason Crosby never would have been in the position he now is if he continued to play like he did in 2012. What broke that slump? Crosby says Charles Woodson.
Charles Woodson said he wasn't leaving football after he retired and we now know what his next role will be. You'll see Woodson on Sundays once again.
The Pro Bowl was Charles Woodson's final game, although he says he's not leaving the game. We're sad to see him hang it up, but he went out like a man.
Not surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers were shut out of the first-team All Pro team. Guard Josh Sitton did get the nod on the second team, though.
Regrets? He's had a few. Charles Woodson shares three regrets from his NFL career, two of which involve Green Bay Packers' playoff losses.
The legendary Charles Woodson played the final home game of his career on Thursday night. Here's what he had to say to teammates moments before the game.