When Charles Woodson arrived in Green Bay, there were mixed emotions on whether or not the soon-to-be 30-year-old was worth the seven-year, $52 million deal Ted Thompson awarded him. The former Heisman Trophy winner had recorded 17 interceptions during his eight years in Oakland but played just six games the season before after breaking his leg. Currently in his fourth year with the Packers, Woodson has been worth every single penny that has been pushed his way. During his tenure in Green Bay, he has surpassed his Oakland numbers in interceptions, sacks, and touchdowns and has become a consistent name in the discussion for top cornerback in the league. As well as Woodson played in his first three seasons in Green Bay, he is on pace to surpass those numbers this season and is a candidate f ...
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