Raiders S Charles Woodson expects to keep playing in 2015.
Charles Woodson declined to say this will be his last NFL season.
Raiders re-signed FS Charles Woodson to a one-year contract.
CSN Bay Area reports contract talks between the Raiders and free agent S Charles Woodson have hit a "snag."
Free agent Charles Woodson is open to retirement if he doesn't like the offers he receives in free agency.
Coach Dennis Allen said the Raiders would like to re-sign free agent Charles Woodson.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said the team would like to re-sign free agent Charles Woodson.
Charles Woodson says he wants to play in 2014 and would prefer to re-sign with the Raiders.
Charles Woodson has tied an NFL record with 13 defensive touchdowns.
Charles Woodson has been running as the first-team free safety during Raiders minicamp.
The Denver Post reports the Broncos made Charles Woodson a one-year offer worth a maximum of $3.7 million through "reachable incentives."
Raiders agreed to terms with DB Charles Woodson on a one-year, $1.8 million contract.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent Charles Woodson is "intrigued" by the idea of finishing his career in Oakland.
Coach John Fox said Monday the Broncos are in "wait and see" mode regarding free agent Charles Woodson joining the team.