Green Bay Packers: Top 10 players of the 2000s

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4. Charles Woodson

To think that a rare free agent move by Ted Thompson was for a player who didn’t even want to come to Green Bay.

Thankfully, that is all water under the bridge.

Woodson would waste no time in making a splash for the Packers. During his inaugural season with the Packers, Woodson would pick off the opposing quarterback 8 times. It would be 8 of his 38 regular season interceptions while with the Packers.

Charles Woodson would appear in 4 Pro Bowls while representing the green and gold. He would also take home the 2009 AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award – one of his two seasons with the Packers that saw him lead the NFL in interceptions.

He was also a deceptive pass rusher, recording 11.5 sacks off of blitzes dialed-up just for him while a member of the Pack.

Woodson is no doubt a first ballot Hall of Famer. Not only due to his time as a member of the Green Bay Packers but also his time with the Oakland Raiders. Even Barack Obama is on record of saying “Don’t mess with Charles Woodson.”

Charles Woodson had a huge impact in his seven seasons with the Packers.

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