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Woodson Can Play But Packers Have Options

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"Charles is still a good football player," safeties coach Darren Perry said on Tuesday. "I don't know why anyone would question that." But at age 36 and the highest 2013 cap charge on the team, does he have a future in Green Bay?

In salary-cap dollars, Charles Woodson's $10 million charge for next season is the highest on the team. That, more than anything, will put the defensive back's roster spot in jeopardy once general manager Ted Thompson and coach Mike McCarthy begin examining the Green Bay Packers' roster. Woodson, moved to safety in the base defense during the offseason, played in seven regular-season games... Recommended Stories

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