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Former Raider Charles Woodson is joining ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown

Charles Woodson may have just retired from the NFL, but the stud already has a job.

Michigan star and 18-year NFL defensive back will join ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown panel, according to The Big Lead. He replaces former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson on the panel with Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka and Cris Carter. 
Woodson retired following 11 seasons with the Oakland Raiders and seven seasons with the Green Bay Packers, winning a Super Bowl in 2010 with the Packers.

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