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.