Charles Woodson has come full circle. He signed a one year contract with the team that drafted the former Hesiman Trophy winner out of Michiagan in 1998, the Oakland Raiders. He left Oakland after the 2005 season to sign a free agent deal with the Packers. He helped Green Bay capture Super Bowl XLV and was the league's defensive player of the year with the Pack. Woodson was released after the 2012 season and waited patiently for another team to call. He visited both San Francisco and Denver but it was the Raiders, and general manager Reggie McKenize, the former Packer player personel director, that made an offer he couldn't refuse. The 36 year old will reportedly receive a $700,000.00 signing bonus and could make up to 4.3 million dollars this season.
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