Dallas Cowboys: Why the Cowboys Should Pursue Charles Woodson

February 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Friday, the Green Bay Packers released their legendary cover man Charles Woodson after seven years with the team, making him a free agent. 
And the Dallas Cowboys, a team desperate for safety help, should actively pursue the talented veteran.
As we all know, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is not one to hide from the spotlight—always looking to make the next big splash. Signing Woodson could be that splash.
But why should Dallas, a team with limited cap space, sign an aging veteran at the decline of his career? It seems a bit crazy.
First, let's take a look at who the Cowboys currently have at the position.
The Cowboys have free safeties Gerald Sensabaugh and Charlie Peprah along with strong safeties Danny McCray, Eric Frampton and an injured Barry Church. It is not the strongest unit in the league—by a long shot.
Sensabaugh has been the most consistent safety of the group, but ev...

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