Charles Woodson already has a job for his first season after retirement


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Future Hall of Fame safety and cornerback Charles Woodson already has a job lined up in his first season of retirement according to The Big Lead. The nine-time Pro Bowler and 18-year NFL veteran will replace Keyshawn Johnson at ESPN --- Johnson just left last month --- starting next season.

Woodson spent 11 seasons in Oakland with the Raiders and seven years in Green Bay where he got a championship ring with Aaron Rodgers. Woodson was the last defensive player to win the Heisman and was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2009.