Andy Lyons/Getty Images
Charles Woodson suffered an injury plagued 2012 season, playing in only seven regular season games for the Packers.
I know, Charles Woodson is not the player he once was. The decline of Woodson has come rather quickly for the 14-year NFL veteran, due to both injuries and ability. However, there is something to be said for a player's knowledge of the game, and that's why Charles Woodson receives a spot on this list.
A free agent thought to be in high demand this offseason, Woodson has not received much attention from teams.
Woodson made the switch to strong safety this season due to a decline in his coverage abilities. He suffered a broken collarbone in week 7 against the St. Louis Rams, causing him to miss nine games of the regular season; however, he returned in time to play in the Packers' two playoff games.
The Packers chose to release Woodson in February to free up $10 million of cap space. Woodson could still have something to contribute to a franchise willing to sign the veteran. In two playoff games for the Packers this season, he still managed to deflect two passes.
Woodson's knowledge of the game and ability to find himself in the right place at the right time should still make him an attractive free agent to some teams in need of safety help.