Twitter reacts to Charles Woodson coming into Pro Football Hall of Fame
One of the best avid gamers in soccer historical past is now a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Former Green Bay Packers defensive again Charles Woodson was once inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday evening in Canton.
Woodson, who spent seven seasons in Green Bay, made 9 profession Pro Bowls and intercepted 65 profession passes. He was once a Heisman Trophy winner, NFL Rookie of the Year, NFL Defensive Player of the Year and a Super Bowl winner. And now Woodson is a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
Here’s a sampling of the response from Twitter:
Just two “dudes” from Ohio that helped make @umichfootball nice and did what they may to carry @packers international championships. And the man at the left is what Shaft would name “A Bad Mutha” I favor to name him “First Ballot”. Congrats Wood! percent.twitter.com/9FoeFeAyPh
— Desmond Howard (@DesmondHoward) August 9, 2021
After a month-long recruiting consultation, we signed Charles Woodson as a unfastened agent in 2006. I’ll by no means omit his first follow.
He was once in an instant our best possible tackler, our best possible DB, our best possible returner, our best possible athlete, our best possible chief, our best possible participant.
Truly elite participant and individual.
— Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) August 9, 2021
Charles Woodson could also be the most productive secondary participant within the historical past of the NFL. Corner. Either protection. Nickel. Dime. He was once a stud at each and every place.
— Sage Rosenfels (@SageRosenfels18) August 9, 2021