Well, at least he didn't end up with the Patriots, who were his first free agency hosts.
Wesley Woodyard has reportedly agreed to a four-year deal with Tennessee worth $16M.
In six years, Woodyard went from undrafted rookie longshot, to special teams stalwart, to key defensive starter.
Early in 2013, Woodyard's stellar play in the absence of the suspended Von Miller had him looking like an indispensable part, and the team's answer at middle linebacker.
But a neck injury caused the undersized linebacker to miss time and then lose effectiveness, and he ended up losing snaps to Paris Lenon down the stretch.
The Kentucky alum and fan favorite leaves Denver having played in 87 games (39 starts), with eight sacks, five interceptions, six fumbles forced, and 402 tackles to his credit.