"I mean, it doesn't really affect me. Just more of what comes from inside this building, because I was told some things, and then see other things. But I mean, I just felt like that was disrespectful to me. But all in all, I just use it as motivation. I feel like this year is going to be a big year for me. I'm working hard. I mean, I'm dedicated. The guys in the locker room that's been here (at The Star) over these last couple weeks, month and a half that I've been working out here, my focus has just been on a different level."
Woods, who had a solid season in 2018, will likely be the team's starting free safety once again in 2019.
He finished last season tied for the team lead in interceptions (2) and was third in pass deflections (9). Woods also had 56 tackles and one forced fumble.