“[Ted] Thompson also probably will part ways with Woodson, who with a $10 million salary cap number is way too expensive to keep around for a 14-year veteran that has suffered two broken collarbones,” writes Silverstein.
Woodson’s production no longer matching his contract and one of Green Bay’s strengths is they secondary, so it makes sense that they would consider parting ways with him. There’s a chance that they could ask him to restructure his current deal and play safety again next season.
A.J. Hawk ($5.45 million) could also be let go in the coming months. The Packer would certainly have some cap space to address some of their core players like Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and B.J. Raji.