Coming off a 4-12 finish in the AFC West, Oakland will struggle again in 2013 and Woodson should avoid reuniting with the Raiders like a plague.
On the contrary, receiving a “fair offer” from the Broncos, the 6-foot-1, 202 pound Woodson should quickly relocate to Denver.
Although graying and increasingly brittle, the eight-time Pro Bowler would fit ideally in the Broncos secondary and empower their coverage schemes.
Removed from a 13-3 mark, Woodson is a defender for the ages capable of helping Denver advance to the next level as a strong safety or cornerback.
Provided Peyton Manning doesn’t again bang the pooch in the clutch, the 2009 Defensive Player of the Year could will the Broncos to their first Vince Lombardi Trophy since the 1998-1999 campaign.
Dismissing “The Town,” Charles Woodson needs to become a king in the “Queen City of the West” as a Bronco.by