Woodson gets himself quite the ring

Submitted by Six Zero on June 17th, 2011 at 2:01 PM

Our boy Chuck and his Packers gathered at Lambeau last night to receive their Super Bowl rings.
They are not understated:

Buuu-Ling

Thing checks in at 3.55 carats, just short of the 3.61 bling mountain received by Woodley and others in Pittsburgh's last win.  Call me crazy, but in the midst of all this fuss about revenue and how the players deserve more, doesn't this send a conflicting message?

Full story and video here

No word on how much A.J. Hawk expects to get for his on the C-Bus Black Market, hehe...

Comments

Mr Mackey

June 17th, 2011 at 2:16 PM ^

Is it just me, or is the ring saying, "RODGERS" placing a little too much emphasis on him? Yeah, he was the MVP and the QB, but it's supposed to be a team sport and a team win. I'm personally not a fan of having his name that big on the team ring..

CR509

June 17th, 2011 at 3:18 PM ^

He's always been one of my favorite Wolverines. He deserves it, and I'm very happy for him that he was able to get it. You da man Chuck! 

NYWolverine

June 17th, 2011 at 4:45 PM ^

Jim Thorpe Award (1997)

Bronco Nagurski Award (1997))

Chuck Bednarik Award (1997)

Walter Camp Award (1997)

 

Not pictured: Mr. Football (Ohio, 1994); Jack Tatum Award (1997); Sporting News POY (1997); AP Defensive Rookie and POY (1998, 2009); NFC Defensive POY (2009)...plus he's a 7x Pro Bowl Selection, 3x First Team All-Pro, and 3x Second Team All-Pro.

Dude's got more hardware than True Value.

 

Volverine

June 17th, 2011 at 7:59 PM ^

and hate that the Packers won the Superbowl, but I am still happy for Charles Woodson. He's just awesome. His pick against MSU (you all know which one I'm talking about) still amazes me.

 

Tater

June 17th, 2011 at 11:41 PM ^

Most players with great careers don't come back and coach; they aren't hungry enough to put in 100 hours a week for what they get paid, and they usually are a tad burned out from the monumental physical stress of an NFL career.  Besides, Woodson has the charisma for TV work.  I would expect him to join Desmond at ESPN when his playing days are over.