Charles Woodson's career is in a much different place than the last time he was a free agent in 2006. Back then, he wanted to revive a career that wasn't quite living up to potential.
Now Woodson, 36, is looking for one more chance to get a ring.
One personnel executive told NFL.com's Albert Breer that Woodson is "in some decline but still has enough to compete to start in 2013. ... Still quick and instinctive."
That sounds right. Woodson might no longer be an every-down player, but he could help a team as a slot cornerback and/or safety. His leadership and knowledge could be a nice addition to a contender, as long as Woodson isn't expecting to get paid as a star anymore. His diminshed speed was noticeable in the playoffs, and he was out of place in run support against the San Francisco 49ers.
Woodson has earned enough money in his career. Now he'd surely love to chase another ring, which could burnish his solid Hall of Fame credentials. Here are teams that could be fits for Woodson: