Marcus Peters Bows Down To Charles Woodson After His Final Game (Video)
On Sunday, Charles Woodson‘s historic career came to an end as the Oakland Raiders defensive back played his final NFL game.
Woodson entered the league in 1998 when the Oakland Raiders used their fourth overall pick in the draft to select the Heisman Trophy winner out of Michigan. He spent eight seasons wearing the silver-and-black before heading to Green Bay in 2006. But in 2013 he returned to Oakland, where he spent the final three years of his career. And earlier today, at Arrowhead Stadium, the nine-time Pro Bowler laced up the cleats one last time.
Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback Marcus Peters grew up watching Woodson play in Oakland, and after the game, the likely 2015 defensive rookie of the year bowed down to the 1998 defensive rookie of the year right there on the field, before eventually embracing him with a hug.
It was quite the moment. You can check it out below: