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    Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    Packers | Woodson agrees to seven-year deal
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    Jay Glazer, of FOXSports.com, reports the Green Bay Packers have reached a seven-year deal with free agent CB Charles Woodson (Raiders) worth around $45 million. While the deal has been agreed to, Woodson has yet to sign the deal.

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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    Oh well.. Adding a corner won't really help them enough to be a contender.. Glad they wasted all that money too

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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    Al Harris and Charles Woodson... pretty good. Too bad the rest of their D sucks... well they do have KGB, but not much more.
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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    "LuckyVike" wrote:
    Al Harris and Charles Woodson... pretty good. Too bad the rest of their D sucks... well they do have KGB, but not much more.
    Kampman and Barnett are both pretty darn good players too

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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    Unfortunate, but we'll still beat em'.
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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    A lot of money to invest in an overated and horribly declining CB they might as well have kept Carroll on the field.
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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    "vikings_fan66" wrote:
    "LuckyVike" wrote:
    Al Harris and Charles Woodson... pretty good. Too bad the rest of their D sucks... well they do have KGB, but not much more.
    Kampman and Barnett are both pretty darn good players too

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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    The Minnesota Vikings need not worry. With the recent addition of Mr. Hutchinson and Mr. Birk's being Healthy, one will soon notice that former Baltimore Ravens runningback Chester Taylor will easily gain at least 100 yards a game in both competitions against the Green Bay Packers.
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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    That is a huge contract, but way overpaid for him, they only did it because they have so much money to spend


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    Re: Packers l Woodson agree to seven-year deal

    I think their D will be pretty good actually. Weren't they pretty decent last year?? I think they may need to really focus on offense in the draft, that's what is hurting their team the most. Well ok, it's just Favre really. It will be interesting to see how well they do, I think there is potential there. And NO I'm not a packer backer, I'm just being mature and stating it how it is.

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