While that is never the best sign, there seems to be a lot of positive energy coming out of the Denver media right now that Denver is still likely to land Woodson. A few solid guys on the Broncos beat suggest they may be negotiating even as you read this.
All things quiet on the Broncos front, which means they're probably negotiating a deal right now.— Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) May 15, 2013
Charles Woodson has left Broncos' facility without a deal. Doesn't mean the two sides are not negotiating.— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) May 15, 2013
The Denver Post's Mike Klis characterizes the Broncos as the leader in the Woodson chase, and we agree. Multiple reports suggest Woodson is more interested in playing for a winner than cashing in late in his career.
That being said, Vic Lombardi hears Woodson is looking for a two-year deal.
RT @djhavok58: what the likely hood Woodson signs with Denver-->>>gonna put that likelihood at 61.47% (no clue). he wants a 2-yr deal.— Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) May 15, 2013
While the Broncos aren't bad at the safety position (despite what one game in January might tell you), they do lack a playmaker. Woodson fits that bill. He's a ballhawk who would add a veteran presence to the Broncos safety position.
Get the deal done, Mr. Elway.