The Hall of Fame career for cornerback Charles Woodson will go on in 2014, and it will continue with the team that he broke into the league with in 1998 as he and the Oakland Raiders have come to terms on a one-year deal, according to ESPN and Josina Anderson.
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Woodson returned to the Raiders last season after spending some time with the Green Bay Packers, where he won a Super Bowl ring with the team a few years ago.
Earlier this winter, there was some talk that Woodson would consider retirement, although he never came out and spoke about the issue one way or the other.
In his return to the Raiders last season, Woodson saw action in all 16 games and recorded one interception and recorded 75 tackles and two sacks coming off the corner.
There’s still no word whether or not this will be Woodson’s last season in the NFL, but for now, just enjoy the final years of one of the best cornerbacks the league has ever seen.