Charles Woodson said last week that he’s open to joining a rebuilding team if that’s what it takes to continue his NFL career.
He might not need to go that route. Vic Lombardi of CBS4 in Denver reports that Woodson is expected to visit the team as soon as this week to talk to them about the possibility of coming aboard for the 2013 season.
It’s the first sign of interest in Woodson’s services since his visit to the 49ers back in March, a stretch of inactivity that has led to multiple comments from Woodson about his lack of suitors around the league since getting released by the Packers, and it would be a good landing spot for a player who was pretty adamant about playing for a contender early in the offseason.
The Broncos have Rahim Moore and Mike Adams as their starters at safety, a duo that everyone involved with the team has been relentlessly positive about this offseason. Woodson would upgrade the depth for a team that’s clearly shooting for the Super Bowl right now, though, so this could wind up being a good fit on both sides.