Primarily a strong safety, Woodson had a phenomenal sophomore season with Dallas. He established himself as one of the best tacklers in the NFL. During the 1993 regular season, Woodson notched 155 tackles and three fumble recoveries. En route to the Cowboys' second Super Bowl Championship in as many seasons, Woodson picked off a pass and recovered a fumble. Number 28 was well on his way to becoming one of the best defenders in the league.
During his time with Dallas, Woodson was also one of the most feared hitters in the NFL. Playing the game with ferocity, hits from number 28 became a highlight reel of professional football collisions.
Woodson played his entire NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys. He was certainly proud to have done so.
In 178 regular season games with the Cowboys, Woodson recorded 813 tackles with 138 assists. He also had an even 11 sacks and 11 fumble recoveries. He was a five-time Pro Bowl selection, three-time Super Bowl Champion and was inducted into the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor.