NFL Legend Charles Woodson Shares Wisdom With Richard Sherman

ORLANDO, Fla. — If Charles Woodson decides to go into coaching someday, there’s no question he’d be outstanding at that, too.

For a brief moment during practice on Wednesday, the legendary defensive back demonstrated a few techniques and interacted with Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on the NFC sideline during a day of practice in preparation for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl game.

The former Defensive Player of the Year and future Hall of Famer is a member of the NFC’s coaching staff a little over a year after retiring following 18 years in the league.

It was a one of a kind experience for Sherman, who considers Woodson a role model. 

“Me and C-Wood (Charles Woodson) have always had good conversations and he always gives me great pointers, great insight, great understanding,” Sherman said. “He’s a guy I look up to, a guy I try to pattern certain things I do after.”

The accolades for Woodson are impeccable; Ohio’s “Mr. Football” (1994), Heisman winner (1997), Defensive Rookie of the Year (1998), Defensive Player of the Year (2009), Super Bowl champion (2010) and NFL All-Decade Team (2000s) cornerback.

Woodson is currently tied for fifth on the NFL’s all-time interceptions list with 65, and is the only player in NFL history with at least 50 interceptions and 20 sacks. He is also

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