Charles Woodson willing, able to make...

Charles Woodson willing, able to make move to safety for Packers

There are 6 comments on the WisInfo story from Dec 4, 2008, titled Charles Woodson willing, able to make move to safety for Packers. In it, WisInfo reports that:

GREEN BAY -- The second he saw Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme heave the ball deep down the middle of the field, Green Bay Packers secondary coach Kurt Schottenheimer knew what was coming: Charles ...

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wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#1 Dec 4, 2008
This seems like another example of a unselfish player who is more interested in winning games than personal glory. Williams is a pretty good CB and Charles should greatly improved the play at safety. Bigby has been a disappointment and maybe he's been trying to play while hurt, whatever the case; he hasn't looked as good as 2007. Charles has been a great player for the Packers and glad he's a leader by example. I fully believe keeping Williams on the field along with Charles and Al makes our d-unit more effective.
BECHEEZ

Syracuse, NY

#2 Dec 29, 2008
Here's what could vastly improve our defense.
Go get Haynesworth, draft BJ Raji (DT) from Boston College in the 1st round and move Woodson back to safety for training camp. We would be dominant.
THE LAST WORD1

Carlsbad, CA

#3 Dec 29, 2008
He is the definition of unselfish. I've always liked Charles since Mich, but I don't see the nasty hard hitter in Charles that you need to be to play safety in this league, and a little injury prone for that position of big hits. It's unfortunate how bad bigby's been for you guys this year, but I think you need to go elsewhere for a safety, Charles is too good a corner to move him.
We've been calling for Jammer to do the same thing here in SD for years now. He's the hardest hitting CB in the league. Ask Jeff Garcia's mom.
Diox

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Mar 31, 2009
Don't forget that Bigby was dealing with SEVERAL injuries throughout last year and only played seven games (well below 100%). I believe he will turn into a very good player, assuming he stays healthy, in the next 2-3 years. Nice to have Anthony Smith and Woodson as backup plans...
eric

Arpin, WI

#5 Mar 31, 2009
i have a feeling Ted signed Anthony Smith because Collins is going to want big bucks and so will Tramon Williams.Ted will pay his own players,but,if they are fair,Ted will be fair.Problem is with some players is they want the moon and grossly overpaid and thats when Ted lets it go and sometimes Teds version of fair is abit low,so Smith may be insurance.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Apr 1, 2009
Let's assess the switch to the 3-4. Because of the switch we now need new starting defensive linemen and linebackers. Plus Woodson needs to move to one of the few positions we adressed in free agency. This means we are amazingly thin at corner but have too many safties. Someone explain to me (or more importantly TT and MM) how and why this is a good plan for improving the Packer Defense.

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