Woodley put together a monstrous 2010 season in which he had 10 sacks, 50 tackles, three forced fumbles, and two interceptions.
The Steelers have officially put the franchise tag on Woodley and he will most likely make around $10.2 million, which is the average rate of the top five paid linebackers.
That is, IF the franchise tag will even exist after a new CBA is reached.
If the players and owners keep the franchise tag, is there a chance Woodley could walk after this season and take his services to the highest bidder? We have learned that many players are against being "franchised" and they will hold that against that team.
Luckily for Steeler Nation, Woodley has already made it clear that he is not opposed to being franchised. That still doesn't guarantee that Woodley's pay-day will come from Pittsburgh.
Let's speculate here (with nothing else going on because of the lockout) and take a look at the top 10 potential landing spots for LaMarr Woodley.