Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Broncos showing interest in Woodson
By Bill Williamson
Earlier Tuesday, we examined whether Charles Woodson would fit in the AFC West. We might be talking about the subject more.
ESPN’s Josina Anderson is reporting that the Denver Broncos will visit with the safety this week.
The interest makes sense. The Broncos could use help at safety, and Woodson would provide strong leadership. The future hall of famer is 36. Denver coach John Fox has long valued veterans. I wouldn’t be shocked if an accord is reached between Denver and Woodson.
Meanwhile, a Denver source said the Broncos are not interested in former Chicago middle linebacker Brian Urlacher at this time. There was a report out of Chicago on Tuesday that said the Broncos were talking to Urlacher.
In other AFC West notes:
The Cardinals are visiting with left tackle Max Starks. He visited with the Chargers last week and is considered the best left tackle on the market. The Chargers badly need a left tackle.
The Chiefs are visiting with defensive lineman Ryan McBean. He is a rotational player.
As expected, left tackle Branden Albert is working with the Chiefs for the first time this offseason. Th sides are trying to get a long-term deal done.
The Eagles will honor former quarterback Donovan McNabb on Sept. 19 when they host the Chiefs and former Eagles’ coach Andy Reid. Reid drafted McNabb in his first year in Philadelphia.