Woodson spent the final two seasons of his career with the Oakland Raiders.
Woodson earned a Super Bowl ring while in Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the Giants 34-7 in Super Bowl XXXV
Woodson, a member of the 1990s All-Decade Team, was named to the Pro Bowl 11 times; a record for a defensive back.
In 1994 was one of only five active players to be named to the NFL's 75th Anniversary Team.
His interception return yards are an NFL record and his 71 interceptions rank third all time.
In 1992 he was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Woodson earned Pro Bowl honors in just his third season.
Pittsburgh Steelers drafted the modern-day “triple threat” star in the first round of the 1987 NFL Draft.
Rod Woodson did it all during his college career at Purdue. He played running back and wide receiver on offense, played cornerback and safety on defense, and returned punts and kickoffs.
Woodson answers questions from the media following his election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Woodson poses with the other members of the Class of 2009 - Ralph Wilson, Jr. and Bruce Smith - that were present at the announcement.
Woodosn discuses his election with Rich Eisen (left) and Adfam Schefter of the NFL Network.