Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, January 31, 2016

Charles Woodson put on the pads one final time at the 2016 Pro Bowl on Sunday.

The former Michigan star and 1997 Heisman Trophy winner announced his retirement during the season, the 18th of his no-doubt Hall of Fame career.

Woodson, who spent 11 seasons with Oakland, spanning two stops, and seven with Green Bay, finished his career with 65 interceptions, tied for fifth most all-time, twice (2009 & 2011) leading the league in the category.

More accolades: Woodson was a member of Green Bay's Super XLV championship team, he scored 11 career touchdowns, he was a member of the NFL's 2000s All-Decade Team, and he made nine Pro Bowls.

Thank you for all of the memories, those of which spanned more than two decades, Charles Woodson.