Charles Woodson Married, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Salary, ESPN
Known for his Acrobatic interception, the former player of the NFL Team, Oakland Raiders was awarded the Best NFL Defender of 2009. The Michigan Hall of Honor recipient also won the Pro Football Hall Of Fame election on February 6, 2021.
Honored In Front Of His Father!
The NFL analyst has always got support from his parents, Solomon and Georgia Woodson.
His father, on his 2015 interview for Detroit Free Press, talked about Charles. He admitted that he got surprised by his son's aggressive style of play and thought that he is an impressive player.
The former ESPN host shared an Instagram picture with his dad, Solomon, on 14 April 2018 after being included in the Michigan Hall of Honor in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Charles also credits his mother, Georgia, from where he gets his strength. Georgia is also one of her son’s 2016 Documentary movies, A Football Life - Charles Woodson.
Talking to the Los Angeles Times in 1997, Georgia recalled Charles’s early days when he was diagnosed with arches. The former player had to be carried by his parents as he wore leg braces and corrective shoes. He recently took his social media on 14 May 2018 to share an admirable mother’s day post for Georgia.
Enjoys Married Life With Wife; Family Of Four
The former ESPN analyst shares over nine years of blissful matrimony with his wife, April Woodson.
The duo got married in November 2009, and Charles took his social media along with his wife to mark their eighth marriage anniversary in Orland, Florida, in November 2017.
In the picture, he described that the past eight years with his spouse is the best thing ever happened to him.
He and April traveled to luxury five-star hotel Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla to celebrate his better half’s birthday.
He then shared a picture on 28 June 2018 to wish the love of his life.
The pair is blessed with two sons, Charles Jr. and Chase Woodson. Charles loved his kids and shared a birthday greeting for his firstborn, Charles Jr., on 1 February 2018.
The former Green Bay Packers described that he loves Charles more than he could have imagined.
Charles and his wife April is currently sailing their married life smoothly. The twosome celebrated their ninth anniversary in November 2018 and rejoiced their happy moment by drinking a glass of juice.
The hall of Famer shared the moment with his Instagram and affirmed that he has been in a happy relationship since he exchanged vows with his wife.
The Fremont native is also proud of his sons and his firstborn, Charles Jr, who reached ten on 31 January 2019.
Charles took his Instagram and shared a 10-year-challenge of Charles Jr and wished him his sweet birthday.
Charles Woodson with his wife, April Woodson, on 18 November 2017 (Photo: Instagram)
Woodson’s Net Worth & Career
Charles has garnered $25 million from his due role as a former NFL player and his commentary role.
He added a significant salary after playing for the NFL team Oakland Raider from 1998 until 2005. He then played for six years with Greenbay Packers from 2006 till 2012.
During his playing tenure with Greenbay Packers, he announced to aid $100,000 for the Red Cross to support the victim families affected by the Superstorm on 1 November 2012.
He returned to Oakland Raider, which paid him $1,800,000 for a year in 2015.
After seventeen years in the soccer field, Charles became the NFL analyst of ESPN Network in 2016.
The ESPN Broadcast on 18 February 2016 announced the signing of Charles to host their Prime TV show, Sunday NFL Countdown, and Monday Night Countdown.
Besides that, Charles announced in February 2019 that he left ESPN and has parted with the network on amicable terms. The NFL analyst shared an Instagram clip, where he expressed the sweet moments that he shared with ESPN for three years.
After ESPN, he made Fox his new home and worked as the full-time member of “FOX NFL Kickoff.”
A Short Bio
The retired American footballer was born on 7 October 1976 in Fremont, Ohio, as per wiki. Charles, in his 40s, stands at the height of 1.85 m (6 feet 1 inch), and his birth sign is Libra.
The retired player went to Ross High School and then attended the University of Michigan.