Charles Woodson is going from the gridiron to the daily grind.
The nine-time Pro Bowl cornerback reportedly is joining ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown” team following his retirement last month after 18 seasons in the NFL, according to The Big Lead’s Jason McIntyre.
Woodson, who amassed 65 career interceptions, will replace former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, who left ESPN last month. He joins Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka and Cris Carter on the broadcast.
Let’s just hope he doesn’t have to deal with any farts on live TV.
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