ESPN’s Josina Anderson is reporting that the Denver Broncos will visit with the safety this week.
The interest makes sense. The Broncos could use help at safety, and Woodson would provide strong leadership. The future hall of famer is 36. Denver coach John Fox has long valued veterans. I wouldn’t be shocked if an accord is reached between Denver and Woodson.
quote:Not sure why you are considering him a liability. He still has some game left in him. Just 2 years ago, he registered 74 tackles, 2 sacks, and 7 interceptions.
Please put that liability on the field.
quote:This was shot down.
And Brian Urlacher
quote:I wouldn't want him, but I'm all for taking Charles Woodson.
Meanwhile, a Denver source said the Broncos are not interested in former Chicago middle linebacker Brian Urlacher at this time. There was a report out of Chicago on Tuesday that said the Broncos were talking to Urlacher.
quote:Yeah, me too.
Hey yeah man sure. Im all for the Denver Broncos signing Charles Woodson. Go for it
quote:Agreed, but this is a position of need for the Denver Broncos, IMO.
2 years ago is a long time when you're 36
Regarding Quinton Carter: This guy had an awesome rookie season. He then followed that up by being out all of the 2012 season, and now he faces potential prison time from a felony cheating charge during a craps game in Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS -- Court officials say charges have been dropped in a felony case alleging that Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter added $5 to craps bets after the dice were thrown.
Carter didn't appear Monday in North Las Vegas Justice Court while defense lawyer Andrew Leavitt arranged to have the third-year NFL player forfeit $1,000 in bail money as part of the agreement.
Leavitt says the 24-year-old Carter was never officially charged, and a court clerk confirms the case was dismissed with no felony or misdemeanor conviction.
Carter was arrested late March 9 at the Texas Station casino in North Las Vegas.
Security officers alleged he was videotaped adding $5 chips to three bets.
Leavitt says the video only shows Carter was confused, not that he intentionally increased his bets.