"I'm 36, so of course I'm considered ancient in the game right now, and teams are looking for younger players and trying to make their rosters younger," Woodson said on NFL Network. "If you're an older guy, they kind of push you to the side, and they'll maybe look at you much later on down the road, when I guess they figure they can get you much cheaper."
Woodson says his camp has put out word that he's interested in finding a new team, but so far that interest hasn't been reciprocated.
"Nothing right now, nothing substantial. I'm just waiting around. We put feelers out, just to see where everybody's at, but there's not much right now," Woodson said.
Woodson's only free-agent visit since getting released has been with the San Francisco 49ers earlier this offseason, but he left without a contract.
The season is still five months away, and there's still a good chance that some team will bring Woodson in this year. But right now, Woodson appears right: 36-year-olds -- or even 34-year-olds like Brian Urlacher -- are low priorities for NFL teams. Longtime Packers nemesis Urlacher remains without a team after being released by the Bears.