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|2014 Season - Dave Richard||54||2||2||1||8||3||0||0|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||54||2||2||1||8||3||0||0|
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|Report: Charles Woodson returning to Oakland |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(3/20/14) Free agent defensive back Charles Woodson won't be changing addresses for the upcoming season, after agreeing to return to the Raiders on a one-year deal, according to ESPN.com Wednesday.
The 27-year-old put together a very productive 2013 season, finishing with a career-high 97 tackles. He added three forced fumbles and one interception in his return to Oakland after seven seasons in Green Bay.
|Charles Woodson could retire if deal not right |
|by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(2/28/14) Defensive back Charles Woodson wants to return to the Raiders in 2014, and both general manager Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen have said they want the 16-year veteran back, reports ESPN.
But if Woodson does not receive what he considers a fair contract offer from Oakland he said he is ready to retire.
"If the right numbers don't come across, for myself and from the team's standpoint, then it's a serious consideration. ... I could have played my last season in the NFL," Woodson told SiriusXM NFL radio on Thursday. "So that's definitely something that I think about. I do plan on playing another year. Hopefully something can get done with the Raiders, but if not, then I've got to take a real hard look at last year being the last one."
Woodson, 37, played all but seven defensive snaps last season. He finished with 97 tackles, third on the team, with two sacks, an interception, three forced fumbles and two fumbles recoveries.
|Charles Woodson wants to keep playing |
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(2/25/14) Defensive back Charles Woodson told ESPN he has no intention on retiring. The Raiders are interested in bringing him back. As for his other former team, the Packers, they might not have the room for him.
"I don't think that's going to happen," Woodson said regarding playing in Green Bay. "I definitely plan on playing. But I think the Packers already have plenty of safeties."
Raiders coach Dennis Allen has expressed his desire on getting Woodson back.
"I definitely think he's got something left in the tank," Allen said. "Obviously, when you get to that age, you never know when the tank's going to empty out. I felt like he brought a lot to the table for our football team this past season. I think he's a guy we'd like to hopefully bring back."
|Banged-up Raiders cleared for Week 16 |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(12/22/13) Several Raiders who were on the injury report are active at San Diego, including safety Charles Woodson (ribs), linebacker Miles Burris (ankle), tight end Jeron Mastrud (wrist), linebacker Sio Moore (illness), guard Lucas Nix (illness) and defensive tackle Vance Walker (concussion).
All were listed as probable except for Burris and Walker, who were questionable.
|Raiders mostly healthy heading into game against Chargers |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(12/20/13) The Raiders have eight players on their Friday injury report, but five are probable. The lone exceptions are running back Jeremy Stewart (ankle/knee), who is out Sunday against San Diego, linebacker Miles Burris (ankle) and defensive tackle Vance Walker (concussion) who are questionable.
The probables include running back Darren McFadden (knee/ankle), who should return after missing the last three games, tight end Jeron Mastrud (wrist), linebacker Sio Moore (illness), guard Lucas Nix (illness) and free safety Charles Woodson (ribs).
|Charles Woodson is back with the Raiders after signing a one-year deal, and he can hopefully continue to play well in his 17th season. Woodson was a solid contributor in 2013 at safety with 97 total tackles (75 solo), one interception, one defensive touchdown, two sacks and two fumble recoveries. He might be slower at 37, but he still makes plays at a high enough level to be considered a No. 2 or 3 defensive back in IDP leagues. Woodson is worth drafting with a late-round pick.
(Updated 6/5/14) |