Woodson was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2016. Rod played most of his career as a cornerback then switched to safety during the later part of his career. From his retirement in 2003 to February 2011, Woodson worked as an analyst for the NFL Network (on NFL Total Access and Thursday Night Football) and for the Big Ten Network.
Rod Woodson. Roderick Kevin Woodson (Woody) Position: DB 6-0, 200lb (183cm, 90kg) Born: March 10, 1965 in Fort Wayne, IN. College: Purdue (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 142 (16th overall since 1960) High School: Fort Wayne Snider
Woodson, a member of the 1990s All-Decade Team, was named to the Pro Bowl 11 times; a record for a defensive back and in 1994 was one of only five active players to be named to the NFL's 75th Anniversary Team. The others were Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, Reggie White and Ronnie Lott. Championship Games. Career Highlights.
Woodson was the Steelers first-round draft pick in 1987, and finished his illustrious career with 71 interceptions that he returned a total of 1,483 yards, including 12 of them for touchdowns. Woodson finished his career with 4,894 kickoff return yards, 2,362 punt return yards and five touchdowns on returns – two punts, two kickoffs and one fumble.
Rod Woodson, Head Coach. Woodson joins the league after serving as an Analyst for NFL Network, the Big Ten Network and Westwood One. He has held various coaching positions with the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos as the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellow and spent the 2011 and 2015-2017 seasons as Cornerbacks Coach with the Oakland Raiders. He is a 17-year NFL veteran and Super Bowl Champion (XXXV).
Apr 15, 2013 · Rod Woodson. @RodWoodson26. Purdue Alumni, Steelers, 49ers, Ravens and Raiders. Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame. Grateful for all I have. College HOF.
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