GREEN BAY, WI -

After 7 seasons in Green Bay, the Packers released Charles Woodson this past February. Later on in the offseason, he signed a contract with the Oakland Raiders.

On Friday in a candid interview, Woodson talked about getting cut by the Packers. The 2009 NFL Defensive Player of the Year was back in Green Bay for his golf outing that has raised $60,000 over the years for charity.

"When you get fired and Ted (Thompson) and Russ (Ball) and whoever makes the decision to say that you're not good enough to walk the halls of Lambeau again, that's hard."

When Woodson signed a contract extension with the Packers prior to the 2010 season, he thought he would retire wearing the Green-and-Gold.

"My last team will most likely be the Oakland Raiders and so that's who I will retire with. That won't be a tough decision at all."