Saturday, January 31, 2009

Rod Woodson

Rod Woodson, he is now, OFFICIALLY, a Hall of Famer From his early days in Pittsburgh he always provided a spark in every game he played in. Whether he was laying the wood on the opposition or taking and interception or punto to the rack, he commanded the attention of fans and opposing players alike.

Career sacks leader Bruce Smith, versatile defensive back Rod Woodson and four others made the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, while former commissioner Paul Tagliabue was denied entry for the third straight year.

Smith previously said making the hall would be a bigger honor if two other Bills, Wilson and wide receiver Andre Reed, also got in the same year. He got half of his wish. The 90-year-old Wilson is the only owner the Bills have had since they were a charter member of the AFL in 1960 Woodson is the career leader in interception returns for touchdowns with 12.

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