Ever since he won the Heisman Trophy in 1997, Green Bay Packers' Charles Woodson has been trying to live up to the hype. Whether or not he's lived up to the other people's hype is irrelevant,áall that matters to Woodson isáhowáhe lives up to his own standards. Before the Green Bay Packers played the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving last month, FOX aired a piece on how Woodson recently donated $2 million to the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, for pediatric research. In the interview, Woodson downplayed the whole incident, not wanting to draw attention to the kind-hearted donation. He also downplays his actions on the field. It's just him doing what he's paid to do: play football. However, the attention wasn't always there after his award-winning year. In his first ye ...
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