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Charles Woodson Bio
Charles Woodson net worth: Charles Woodson is a retired American professional football player who has a net worth of $25 million. Woodson first became well-known nationally thanks to his contributions as a college football cornerback for Michigan, where he would go on to lead the Wolverines a national championship (1997) while winning the Heisman Trophy in the same year. Woodson was a self-proclaimed “two-way player” playing both offense and defense in college. Woodson also made significant contributions to the Raiders secondary efforts during his professional playing days.
College Career: Woodson ended up indeed attending the University of Michigan, playing under coach Lloyd Carr for his Michigan Wolverines team (1995-1997). Woodson earned his spot as a starter after his second game of his inaugural freshman season, playing for 34 straight games as a Michigan mainstay. Woodson also made significant contributions returning punts for the Wolverines, and even occasionally played at the wide receiver spot.
Early Life: Woodson was born in Fremont, Ohio on October 7, 1976. Woodson played for Ross High School and was named “Mr. Football” of Ohio in 1994 for his efforts as a cornerback and running back. Woodson would finish his high school football career earning school records when it came to rushing yards (3,861), as well as overall scoring (466 points). Woodson was also selected for the USA Today All-America team as well as a Parade High School All-American, recording 2,028 yards and 230 points in order to earn such prestigious honors. Many college teams recruited Woodson as a running back, whereas Michigan was more interested in Woodson’s work at the defensive back position. Outside of football in high school Woodson was also a decorated basketball player and member of the track and field team, as a relay sprinter and long jumper.
Woodson would help lead his Wolverine to a national championship in 1997 and was also the winner of top Heisman Trophy honors, which, at that time, made Woodson the first ever player operating in NCAA Division I-A football to receive such a prestigious honor.
NFL Career: In the NFL Charles Woodson made significant defensive contributions to the Raiders and Green Bay Packers teams. Woodson played for the Oakland Raiders from 1998-2005 and was drafted in 1998. Woodson was selected as the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year during his first season as a member of the Oakland Raiders.
|Full Name||Charles Woodson|
|Profession||American football player|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Birth date||October 7, 1976|
|Birth Week day||Thursday|
During his second professional season, Woodson finished with 61 total tackles, not to mention a fumble recovery for a pick-six. Woodson would go on to make his second Pro Bowl appearance and was named as an All-Pro defensive back by the Associated Press.
During his rookie season, Woodson started on the defensive side for all sixteen games for the Raiders. He was the first Raider rookie to achieve this feat since 1971. Woodson chalked up 64 tackles his first season. He also managed to rank third in the league in the coveted interceptions category (earning 5 interceptions). Woodson even managed to return one interception for a touchdown — which took place against the Arizona Cardinals. That year, Woodson also made his first pro bowl appearance.
In 2001, during Woodson’s fourth season with the Raiders, he started all sixteen games once again. This would mark the fourth consecutive year that Woodson played in every game of a regular season. Woodson ended up finishing with two sacks, one interception and another forced fumble, but this time Woodson also added one blocked field goal to his resume. This season Woodson made his first appearance as a punt returner in the NFL. He returned four punts and advanced the ball for 47 yards total.
For the 2000 season, Woodson suffered from turf toe, but still started all sixteen games for the Raiders, showing his commitment to the team, although he was unable to practice consistently. Despite his injury, Woodson finished the year recording a career-high 79 tackles. He also intercepted four passes, had three forced fumbles, and ended up recovering one of them. Again, Woodson was named to the All-Pro team — this time by Sports Illustrated.
Charles Woodson Net Worth $25 Million
|Net Worth and Income Information|
|Source of Income||American football player|
|Business||Attached with few Business|
|House||Living in Own House in United States of America|
Charles Woodson Measurements
|Height||6 ft (1.85 m)|
|Weight||Not Available Now|
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