Charles Woodson is coming off his final NFL season. Like many other retired athletes, it's time to move on to a second career. For Woodson, he will be taking on the path like many before him.
According to the Big Lead, the former Oakland Raiders star will join the set of ESPN's "Sunday NFL Countdown" show. He will essentially replace Keyshawn Johnson on the show.
Woodson will join the crew of Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka and Cris Carter. This whole crew may only last one season though, as Pro Football Talk reports that the network will try "to unload bloated salaries and simultaneously skew younger.”
Woodson, the future Hall-of-Famer, is coming off a fantastic 18-year career. He finished his last season as Pro Bowler for the Raiders.