Charles Woodson on the Rich Eisen podcast

Submitted by Leaders And Best on May 10th, 2013 at 12:36 PM

Charles Woodson appeared on the Rich Eisen podcast this week. Pretty cool listen where Charles reflects on his NFL career. You can tell how much Rich loves Woodson in his post-interview exchange with his co-hosts.

Michigan related items: Rich reminisces about some various Michigan related memories like the 1997 National Championship season and how he experienced the Kordell Stewart Hail Mary. He talks to Charles about Tom Brady, the Tuck Rule play, Lloyd Carr, and even a "you can't have one without the other" mention. Charles also comments on Chris Webber and the end of his disassociation with Michigan.

Link to podcast: http://richeisen.nfl.com/2013/05/09/rich-eisen-podcast-charles-woodson-and-mike-silver/

And just because Rich jabs Peyton Manning for finishing 2nd in the Heisman:

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May 10th, 2013 at 2:12 PM ^

My basement is filled with shit I can't fit into the rest of my house.  Not enough habitable space down there for a microwave and an Xbox.  But nice try with the sweeping accusation based on nothing but your assumption that anyone posting on here didn't know who won the Heisman in 1997.  With such a diverse range of topics to peruse and sites on the internet, it takes a special type of anti-social to come off as an uninformed dick.

LSAClassOf2000

May 10th, 2013 at 2:41 PM ^

I still have a copy of that in my office at home - that would have been the middle of my sophomore year at Michigan. I actually travelled to the game, stayed with family and had to call my parents in Saline to pick up a few copies of the next morning's Free Press regardless of the outcome. It is one of the first things I see when I walk in there. 

As for the interview, that was a pretty good listen - hopefully, Woodson gets an opportunity somewhere this year, but even now, it has been a pretty good career for Charles Woodson. He's already been to 8 Pro Bowls and has been a seven-time All-Pro selection, if I am not mistaken. Further, he's been the AP defensive player of the year twice, and the NFL's interceptions leader twice. 

To the OP - thanks for sharing this interview.