Charles Woodson: Should The Packers Bring Popular CB Back In 2011?

Woodson Contributed A Lot In 2010, But Does He Have Enough Left For 2011?

Charles Woodson left everything on the field Sunday, now the question is if one of those things was his career in Green Bay.

Woodson is 34 years old and will turn 35 during the 2011 season this fall. For a cornerback, that's really getting up there in years. Green Bay has to keep looking to the future, and Woodson may not be a part of that.

The Packers are going to look at drafting a cornerback this spring because even if Woodson stays, you have to bring some youth to the position.

Woodson got his Super Bowl victory, so he could retire on a high note, but he's indicated he wants to play in 2011.

Woodson has played a nearly injury-free career, so he has something going for him there, and a collarbone injury like his most likely won't linger into next season. He has healthy legs, and that's what he will have to stress to the Green Bay front office as they make their roster decisions for 2011.

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