You may have noticed former Packers cornerback Charles Woodson appeared on two shows on the NFL Network this week. He was interviewed on "NFL Total Access" about his being a free agent after 15 seasons in the league. He also provided analysis on Thursday’s installment of "The Top 100 Players of 2013" - players 71-80 were disclosed. Which got us to wondering. Would the NFL Network be interested in hiring Woodson as a studio analyst if he fails to land with a team this season? "NFL Network is always on the lookout for former NFL players who have an on camera presence and bring passion and energy to analysis of the game," said Alex Riethmiller, vice president of communications-NFL media, on Friday. "We’ve worked with Charles in the past and certainly feel he has a future in sports television should he choose to pursue that path when he is done playing." Incidentally, among the questions Woodson was asked on "Total Access" was how a team would react to an openly gay player in the NFL.
How about former Packers' cornerback Charles Woodson as an NFL studio analyst on TV?
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | May 11