Former Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson is looking for his first new team since 2006 and it looks like he will have his choice of potential suitors. Among the list of possible destinations for the veteran defensive back are the Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks.
Josina Anderson passed along the news on Twitter:
NFL sources tell me that the Seahawks, the Dolphins, the Jets and the Giants are among teams that have called to discuss Charles Woodson.
— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 7, 2013
One of the most interesting destinations for Woodson would be the Seahawks. Woodson would join a secondary with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Brandon Browner. The Seahawks also have Kam Chancellor in the defensive backfield, but it would be hard to pass up on a future Hall of Famer. Adding Woodson would give the Seahawks a loaded secondary.
The Dolphins top priority is wide receiver Mike Wallace, so it is very possible that Woodson will already be off the market by the time they are done pursuing the wideout.
As for the Giants, they would provide Woodson a job on a team that is a playoff contender with a stable coaching staff.
The least likely team of those mentioned to land Woodson would be the Jets. At this point in his career, it is hard to imagine Woodson would want to spend his final years in the league with a team that is in turmoil and a constant circus.
Out of the teams mentioned, where could you see Woodson landing? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments section.