Charles Woodson: The Packers released Woodson on Friday, who was due $9 million in 2013 (base and bonuses) with a $10 million hit against the 2013 cap. Woodson turns 37 years old in October and claims to "have a lot of football left." The Cincinnati Bengals are need of a safety and provided that Woodson isn't using green-flavored glasses that explored an expected salary before his release, Cincinnati could be a destination. But let's remove the discussions about long-term solutions in regards to Charles, shall we? Even if, while we're playing the hypothetical game, Woodson signs with the Bengals, Cincinnati would be hard pressed to negate safety in the first three rounds of the 2012 NFL draft. That being said the Bengals are veterans at signing older free agent safeties past their primes, like Dexter Jackson, Roy Williams and Chris Crocker to name a few.