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Charles Woodson endorses Marshawn Lynch wearing his legendary No. 24 with the Raiders

When Charles Woodson joined the Oakland Raiders back in 1998, there was some minor drama regarding his jersey number. Woodson donned No. 2 en route to earning a Heisman Trophy at Michigan. He wanted a different number (24) with the Raiders. But it was also a number wore by all-time great cornerback Willie Brown.The back and forth between the two at that time was more lighthearted...
Via Sportsnaut
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Charles Woodson: Tom Brady is immune to the Madden Curse

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will appear on the cover of Madden 18, G.O.A.T. Edition. The future Hall of Fame quarterback has since gone public via his Instagram to prove that there is no such thing as the “Madden Curse.”This so-called curse has seen many star Madden cover NFL athletes failing to live up to the hype, either due to lack of production or injury.Brady...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch gets Charles Woodson’s blessing to wear No. 24

Marshawn Lynch will have his preferred number on his Raiders jersey, and that’s fine with one of the more beloved players in the team's history.Lynch is now officially a member of the Raiders after the team agreed to a trade with the Seahawks that included the exchanging of draft picks. The 31-year-old running back announced his return to the NFL in the most Marshawn Lynch way...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch’s mom ‘so excited’ son is going ‘out with a bang’ in Oakland

It’s official. Marshawn Lynch is an Oakland Raiders running back. Just look at that smile! Also smiling ear-to-ear is Lynch’s mom, Delisa, who went public with her happiness. Delisa also revealed she had already chatted with retired safety Charles Woodson about his No. 24, which is Lynch’s number. How sweet is it of Woodson to comply?Lynch landing in Oakland took a bit longer...
Via Sportsnaut
April 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Charles Woodson joining ESPN's Sunday NFL crew

Late last month, we learned that ESPN was parting ways with Sunday NFL and Monday Night Countdown analyst Keyshawn Johnson. It appears that the Worldwide Leader has found the man to replace Keyshawn on ESPN set. The Big Lead reports that it will be none other than the recently-retired Charles Woodson. The Big Lead says ESPN would not confirm its report, but will make an official...
Via Awful Announcing
February 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders are finally trending in the right direction

The Oakland Raiders ended their season with an underwhelming loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Although the season is over, there were some positive things to take away, along with some negative ones, that should be talked about as we address next year. Raider Nation can finally rest assured knowing that after 10 years of waiting, the team has finally found a franchise quarterback...
Via isportsweb.com
January 05, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Charles Woodson gives great pregame speech

Oakland Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson said his final game at O.co Coliseum would be an emotional one, and judging by the speech he gave before Thursday night’s AFC West matchup, it certainly looks like that has been the case. The 18-year veteran gave a speech to fire up his team before the game, which showed just how humble he is. Woodson said the game is bigger than...
Via The Sports Daily
December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Charles Woodson could play WR in final home game

Charles Woodson will play the final home game of his career Thursday night, and the Raiders are planning to give him the farewell he deserves. Woodson, who announced earlier this week that he will retire at the end of the season, could get an opportunity to turn back the clock against the Chargers by returning kicks and lining up as a wide receiver. Worth watching on Thursday...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Charles Woodson announces retirement at end of season

Since being drafted in 1998, Charles Woodson has gone on to forge a Hall of Fame career, one that will soon come to an end. On Monday, Woodson announced his intention to retire at the end of this season. "2015 is going to be my last season playing in the NFL." - @CwoodsonF pic.twitter.com/RSHTimFOji — OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) December 22, 2015 Just as impressive as Woodson’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Charles Woodson relishing opportunity to play former team

Oakland Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson won his one and only Super Bowl as the member of the Green Bay Packers, but he’s still relishing a chance to make his former team “eat their words” on Sunday. Released by the Packers in 2012, Woodson—who was then 37 years old—decided to head back home to Oakland, were he started his NFL career. Over the last three seasons...
Via The Sports Daily
December 16, 2015  |  Discuss
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