Woodson won the Chevrolet Defensive Player of the Year award two years in a row while at Michigan.
Woodson helped Michigan beat Washington State in the 1997 Rose Bowl.
Woodson had an interception in the 1997 National Championship game.
While at Michigan, Woodson played in 34 straight games after becoming a starter.
Woodson became a starter at Michigan after the second game of his freshman year.
Woodson was on the All Big Ten First Team all throughout his college career.
Woodson declared eligibility for the NFL Draft after his junior year, thus skipping his senior season.
In 1997 Woodson won the Walter Camp Award.
Woodson won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy in 1997.
In 1997, Woodson won the Jim Thorpe Award.
Woodson was the 1997 Chuck Bednarik Award winner.
Woodson had 30 tackles in 2005.
Woodson had 73 tackles in 2004.
Woodson had 69 tackles in 2003.
Woodson had 33 tackles in 2002.
Woodson had 52 tackles in 2001.
Woodson had 76 tackles in 2000.
Woodson had 61 tackles in 1999.
Woodson had 62 tackles in 1998.
Woodson has forced 17 fumbles in his career.
In 2006, Woodson had 41 punt returns for 440 yards.
Woodson has 78 career pass deflections.
Charles Woodson has 3 career defensive touchdowns.
Woodson has 25 career interceptions.
Woodson has 6.5 career sacks.
Woodson has 515 career tackles.
Woodson has played 122 NFL games in his career.
Woodson is 208 pounds.
Woodson is 6'1".
At Michigan, Woodson played cornerback, kick returner, punt returner, and some wide reciever.
While in college at Michigan, Woodson wore the number 2.
Woodson wore the number 24 while playing for the Oakland Raiders, but since becoming a Packer he switched his number to 21.
Woodson has currently been in the NFL for 10 years.
Woodson was born on October 7, 1976.
Woodson attended Freemont Ross High School in Ohio.
Woodson was the starting punt returner for the Packers, the first time in his career he has done that.
Woodson has played in one Super Bowl and that was Super Bowl XXXVII in 2002.
During the 2002 season Woodson suffered a shoulder injury which forced him to miss 8 games.
In 2000, Woodson had a career high 79 tackles along with 4 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery.
In 1998, Woodson led all NFL defensive backs with 64 tackles.
As a rookie for the Raiders in 1998, Woodson started all 16 games. Becoming the first Raider to do that since 1971.
In 1996, Woodson set a Michigan school record by breaking up 15 passes that season.
In 1996, Woodson was a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award.
As a freshman at Michigan, Woodson was selected to the First Team All Big Ten by coaches and Second Team All Big Ten by the media.
While in high school, Woodson played football, track, and basketball.
In his senior year of high school, Woodson was an All-American selection.
In 2006 Woodson had a career high 8 interceptions in a single season.
In 1998 Woodson was named the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year.
As a junior at Michigan, Woodson helped his team win the National Championship.
Woodson was named Defensive Player of the Year his junior year at Michigan University.
During his junior year Woodson was a First Team All-American.
Woodson was the Big Ten Freshman of the Year in his first year at Michigan University.
In 1994, while playing high school football, Woodson won the Mr. Football Award for the state of Ohio.
Woodson has played for two teams in his NFL career, the Oakland Raiders and the Green Bay Packers.
In 2006, Woodson signed a 7 year, $52 million contract with the Green Bay Packers.
In 1998, Woodson won the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award.
Woodson won the Heisman Trophy in 1997 while at Michigan. He is the only defensive player to ever win the award.
Woodson has been to four Pro Bowls in his career. (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
Woodson became a free agent after the 2005 NFL season and signed with the Green Bay Packers.
Woodson was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the 1998 NFL Draft with the 4th pick in the 1st round.
Charles Woodson: Everybody wants to be a hero, so to speak. But it takes everybody. Those four downs, it was somebody different on those four plays. It was a team effort.
Charles Woodson: We've been getting hammered a little bit. It's almost like we're not going to contribute to whatever happens this season. Guys are going to step up to the challenge this year, take it upon ourselves as a defensive unit to go out there and get it done. You'll see a big change in us this season.
Charles Woodson: You knew the fans were ready to explode, waiting for that. He's going to have fun with them this year.
Charles Woodson: Any time you are 1-4 it's a challenge to keep everybody into it. It is going to come down to the individual and you hope you don't lose guys one by one.