If there was any doubt, Oakland Raiders cornerback/safety Charles Woodson squashed it.
Speaking to ESPN Milwaukee, Woodson said he plans on playing football in 2014 after a productive season with the Raiders.
Woodson, 37, moved from cornerback to safety this season and recorded an interception with the Raiders, the franchise he began his NFL career with.
Woodson, the former 1997 Heisman Trophy winner from his college days at Michigan, is hoping to remain with the Raiders for this upcoming season.
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