Woodson (shoulder) will retire after this season. After becoming the only defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy in 1997, Woodson lived up to the hype in the NFL, making eight Pro Bowls, earning four first-team and three second-team All Pro bids, being named Defensive Player of the Year twice, and winning a Super Bowl with the Packers in 2010. While the defensive back is the sole player in NFL history to record 50-plus interceptions (65, to be exact) and at least 20 sacks (20), he's also notched 33 forced fumbles, 16 fumble recoveries, and 13 touchdowns with two games remaining in an 18-year career.
Woodson (shoulder) is listed as active Sunday versus the Chiefs, Bill Williamson of ESPN.com reports. Woodson sits in a tie for second with five interceptions this season, yet he hasn't picked one off since corralling a Geno Smith pass in Week 8. The drought may continue against Alex Smith, who has thrown 283 consecutive passes without an interception.
Woodson (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans. Woodson turned in full practices Thursday and Friday to ensure his availability for Sunday's game. The 39-year-old has seen his proficiency as a tackler decline this season with 52 stops across 10 games, but he's already amassed five interceptions, his highest total since collecting seven in 2011 as a member of the Packers.
Woodson (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game at Detroit. The sore shoulder seems to land Woodson on the injury report every week, but he has not missed any playing time because of it.
Woodson (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh. The ageless wonder has five interceptions on the season, and he is ready to go for more in this game.