It appears the Oakland Raiders have something special up their sleeve for Charles Woodson's final home game. It may make that game worth watching.
Charles Woodson has decided to hang up his cleats. He made the announcement Monday. Woodson will go down as one of the greatest ever.
The Green Bay Packers got a win on Sunday. That's really the best thing you can say about them. Here are five more thoughts on the game, which was all about big plays.
This isn't just a another game for Charles Woodson. Not when the Green Bay Packers come to town. He isn't afraid to say so, either. Charles wants payback.
Charles Woodson expected to finish his career as a Green Bay Packer and that's what should have happened. Except for the genius of Big Ted.
Oakland Raiders safety Charles Woodson is totally washed up. He's 39 and... what's that? He just won the defensive player of the month award?
The resurgent play of one Charles Woodson has prompted some prominent talking heads to wander if C-Wood might be the greatest defensive back to ever play.
They didn't think Charles Woodson could play anymore in Green Bay. Charles Woodson thought otherwise. He's still playing and he's still winning games.
The PGA Championship is being held in Wisconsin this year, so naturally, they rounded up a bunch of former Green Bay Packers to promote the event. Check out Brett Favre, Sterling Sharpe and Charles Woodson.
Move Clay Matthews to inside linebacker? Charles Woodson says he told Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers to do that years ago.
The Oakland Raiders have just signed Charles Woodson to play an 18th NFL season, proving that Charles Woodson will never die, much to the chagrin of Big Ted.
Charles Woodson is washed up. That's what the Green Bay Packers said when they released him. Charles Woodson proved again last night that is not the case.
The NCAA tournament is down to the Sweet 16. We pick the best Green Bay Packers from each of the remaining 16 schools. How's that for some March Madness?
Charles Woodson just signed a new contract with the Oakland Raiders. He'll play a 17th NFL season, making it pretty clear that he's not washed up like the Green Bay Packers thought.
Former teammate Charles Woodson says the Green Bay Packers should shut Aaron Rodgers down for the season if they fall out of playoff contention.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is dishing out some high praise for rookie cornerback Micah Hyde. He's comparing him to Charles Woodson.