Charles Woodson wants to remain a Raider next season, but that won’t stop the 37-year old from preparing for a career in media once his playing days are done.
He took an NFL Network prep class before Sunday’s conference championship games, adding insight to the proceedings between Denver and New England and the 49ers and Seattle.
There is one point, however that he can’t let go. The tuck rule reared its never-say-die head from the 2001 AFC divisional playoff on Sunday, saying that the 2002 fumble/tuck rule was still inappropriately called.
"Let's just get this out of the way," he began. "If they make the correct call -- which they did at first, then they overturned it -- this 10-game playoff streak that Tom Brady has? It never happened. Tom Brady owes me his house. I'm the reason why he's married to who he's married to. I'm a reason for a lot of that. Everything. Because they overturned that call. "Tom. C'mon now. Fess up. It was a fumble. It's still a fumble."