Darren Woodson won’t play coy when asked about the prospect of being inducted into the Dallas Cowboys’ Ring of Honor.
The Cowboys all-time leading tackler recently told the team’s official website that he thinks about the honor “all the time” and that being inducted would represent the greatest honor of his professional life.
“You talk about your proudest moments,” Woodson said. “My proudest moments were my babies, my kids that I’ve had, my three kids. But, as far as sports are concerned, that would be my proudest moment.”
Woodson’s resume certainly reads like that of a Rong of Honor member. He was a part of all three Super Bowl winning teams in the early 90s, was named All-Pro three times and played his entire, 13-year career with Dallas.
“I gave them all I had, all I needed to give and all I had at the same time, and I think my career speaks for itself,” Woodson said. “Hopefully, one day the Jones family will put me up in that Ring of Honor--would love to be there.”
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