charles woodson heisman pose


ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Charles Woodson wants to be known as more than a football player.

Donating $2 million to the new University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital and Women’s Hospital gives him a chance to do that.

The school announced Woodson’s gift on Thanksgiving before he played for the Green Bay Packers against the Detroit Lions. The money will support pediatric research by The Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund in the $754-million, 1.1-million square foot hospital scheduled to open in 2012.

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@MVictors  Woodson: 1 TD, 2 INT, 7 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, 1 sack, 1 Heisman Pose, whilst covering Calvin Johnson- 2 catches, 10 yards


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  2. Did you see the article (from the AP) on the game that said Woodson struck the Heisman pose in 1997? I think they mixed him up with Desmond.

  3. Yep, I’ve never seen Woodson strike it

  4. How come it says Touchdown Detroit up top? Lol. I watched every snap this afternoon and didnt even notice that. Nonetheless, GO PACK GO!

  5. Once a douchebag, always a douchebag.

  6. @Tex
    RIGHT – Woodson’s always been a douche, donating millions to the hospital is a real douche-like move. You are a putz

  7. @Brian
    IIRC Woodson was quoted post-OSU in 97 as saying that he tried to strike the heisman after his punt return but was mobbed by his teammates before he could do it. If you watch a replay it looks like he’s trying to do it right before they jump on him.

  8. @Anonymous Fox screwed up about 12 times on who-scored-when in that game.

  9. there’s gotta be a gif of this…plz

  10. Not only was Woodson the best college player and DB in the nation in 1997 he is still the best DB in the pros. Several pro football experts confirmed this Monday night.