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Charles Woodson is finding out what it feels like to be a "cap casualty," as the Packers have decided to save some dollars and release the 15-year veteran defensive back. But that isn't the only secondary news of late. Over in Denver, Champ Bailey was potentially facing the same fate, but the team has reportedly decided to keep him at a price of $10.5 million. In Baltimore, Ed Reed is a free agent unsure of which jersey he will be wearing in 2013. How would you rate the decisions by the Packers and Broncos, and where will Reed land?

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Smart move to part ways?

The 2009 Defensive Player of the Year missed nine games in 2012 due to a broken collarbone. He has 55 interceptions over his 15 seasons.

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What do you make of the Packers releasing Charles Woodson (due $9 million in 2013, $10 million against cap)?

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Smart move to stay together?

The 12-time Pro Bowler played all 16 games in 2012, registering 66 tackles and two interception, but was torched by Joe Flacco in the playoffs.

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What do you make of reports that the Broncos will keep Champ Bailey at a cost of $10.5 million for 2013?

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Where will Reed land?

Fresh off a Super Bowl win, Ed Reed finds his future uncertain. The Ravens want to keep him, but will they be able to come to financial terms?

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Who will Ed Reed be playing for in 2013?

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