Five-time Pro Bowl safety Darren Woodson, the leading tackler in Dallas Cowboys franchise history, is set to retire later this week after missing the entire 2004 season because of a back injury.
For five-time Pro Bowl safety Darren Woodson, the leading tackler in Dallas Cowboys history, time is running out in the 2004 season -- and maybe on his career as well.
Cowboys safety Darren Woodson will undergo surgery Monday to repair a ruptured disk in his lower back and likely will miss the regular-season opener for the first time in his 13-year NFL career.
Even seasoned vets like Darren Woodson aren't immune from the sharp criticism handed out by Bill Parcells.
Dallas Cowboys safety Darren Woodson has been fined $75,000, or one-tenth of his 2002 base salary, for his helmet-led hit on Seahawks wide receiver Darrell Jackson during last Sunday's victory over Seattle.
The Dallas Cowboys are in rebuilding mode but, thanks to a deal struck late Wednesday night with Darren Woodson, the team won't have to worry about overhauling the strong safety spot.
After the 2009 regular season, who are the league's best players on defense? Len Pasquarelli shares his selections.
Not since Deion Sanders in 1994 has a cornerback been selected as the NFL's defensive player of the year. That 15-year drought could end in a few weeks, writes Len Pasquarelli.