ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Charles Woodson is set to visit with the Broncos on Wednesday for both sides to see if Denver is a good fit.
Aside from a meeting with the San Francisco 49ers after the Green Bay Packers released him in February, the 36-year-old defensive back has drawn little interest as a free agent.
Denver could prove the perfect spot for Woodson, who's hoping to play a 16th NFL season. He would likely compete with Mike Adams and Quinton Carter at strong safety or serve as an extra defensive back on passing downs for the AFC powerhouse.
Broncos front-office boss John Elway told 5,000 season ticket-holders in a call last week that he felt good about the safety position but didn't close the door on adding another veteran at the position.
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