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Charles Woodson announced earlier this week that he will retire after this season. 

By SI Wire
December 24, 2015

Charles Woodson is playing his final home game of his career on Thursday, and Raiders fans greeted him with a loud ovation. 

Woodson announced earlier this week that he will retire after this season. 

Woodson is in the third season of his second stint in Oakland. During his 18–year career, Woodson has played for the Raiders for 11 total seasons. He also played seven years in Green Bay, including a Super Bowl XLV title. 

Woodson, who won the 1997 Heisman Trophy at Michigan, is an eight–time Pro Bowler and three–time first–team All–Pro. He is tied for fifth all–time with 65 career interceptions. 

BURKE: Reflecting on Charles Woodson's greatness

Watch Woodson take the field for the final time at O.co Coliseum below. 

 

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Woodson will play his final game on Jan. 3 at the Chiefs

- Stanley Kay

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