Woodson: ‘It’s not bittersweet; I’m a champ’

Charles Woodson represents one of the feel-good stories of the Packers. Even though he wasn’t able to play during the second half due to a broken collarbone, the emotional leader of the Packers reflected on the moment and his first Super Bowl title in 13 NFL seasons with NFL Network’s Fran Charles.

“It’s not bittersweet. I’m a champ,” Woodson said. “The team went out there and did what they needed to do. You know what? Today was like a microcosm of our whole season. We’ve been decimated by injuries all year. But guys just continued to step up and go out there and get the job done. And they did it today.”

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