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Charles Woodson visits Broncos, leaves without contract

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Charles Woodson played for the Packers for seven years before being released after the 2012 season.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Charles Woodson met with the Denver Broncos on Wednesday, then left town without a contract.

The Broncos have roughly $7 million in cap space and could use the veteran ball hawk in their secondary, which was burned for three long touchdown passes in their 38-35 loss to Baltimore in the playoffs.

Woodson, who will be 37 this fall, was waived by the Green Bay Packers in February after missing seven games last season because of a broken right collarbone.

Although the Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers are also reportedly interested in the versatile defensive back, Denver would appear to offer Woodson his best chance at another Super Bowl run.

The eight-time Pro Bowl player has 55 career interceptions and 17 sacks, both of which rank second among active defensive backs.

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