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Philanthropist and NFL star Woodson enters Hall

SHOTLIST:RESTRICTION SUMMARY: PART MUST CREDIT SCOTTY PASSINK++MUSIC CLEARED FOR USE++++ON SCREEN TEXT++ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Arlington, Texas – 6 February 20111. STILL of Charles Woodson defending a pass as a member of the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh SteelersHEADLINE: Philanthropist Woodson enters Hall of FamePOOLARCHIVE: Washington – 12 August 20112. UPSOUND: President Barack Obama, during a White House ceremony honoring the Super Bowl champion Packers, shakes Woodson's hand and says (English): "Look, I admit Woodson's a pretty good ballplayer."ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Kansas City, Missouri – 3 January 20163. STILL of Woodson holding up his fist before walking onto the playing field before a game between his Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City ChiefsANNOTATION: Just how good was Charles Woodson?ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: New York – 13 December 19974. STILL of Woodson posing with the Heisman Trophy after it was announced he had earned the honor during a ceremony at the Downtown Athletic ClubASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Arlington, Texas – 6 February 20115. STILL of Woodson holding up the Vince Lombardi Trophy following the Packers' Super Bowl victoryANNOTATION: He is one of only two players to win a Heisman Trophy, AP Rookie and Player of the Year awards and a Super Bowl championship.ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Alameda, California – 9 January 20186. Woodson walks into room where a press conference announcing Jon Gruden as the new coach is to take place and greets other former Raiders greatsANNOTATION: And he's about to add another title.ANNOTATION: Hall of Famer.ASSOCIATED PRESSOrlando, Florida – 15 June 20217. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Woodson, Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee:"Damn, that's a hell of a journey that you have to go through to be standing up there."ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Detroit – 22 November 20158. STILL of Woodson closing in on Detroit wide receiver Calvin Johnson during a game between the Raiders and Lions ANNOTATION: The NFL portion of Woodson's journey to Canton started and ended with the Raiders.ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Green Bay, Wisconsin – 9 September 20129. STILL of Woodson breaking up a pass intended for San Francisco's Delanie Walker in a game between the Packers and the 49ersASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Washington – 12 August 201110. STILL of Obama laughing after Woodson presents him with a stock certificate during the White House ceremonyANNOTATION: In between, he spent seven seasons in Green Bay, long enough to earn a trip to the White House.POOLARCHIVE: Washington – 12 August 2011++PARTIALLY COVERED++11. UPSOUND: Obama, at the Packers ceremony, says (English): "And I've now learned something that every NFL quarterback already knows too well, 'Don't mess with Charles Woodson.'"ASSOCIATED PRESSOrlando, Florida – 15 June 202112. Various of Woodson sitting next to the Jim Thorpe Award at his homeANNOTATION: Woodson is one of the most accomplished defensive backs in the history of the game.ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Ann Arbor, Michigan – 3 November 200913. STILL of Woodson visiting with and giving an autographed football to a 14-year-old patient at the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's HospitalANNOTATION: But he'd like to be remembered for more than his on-field heroics.ASSOCIATED PRESSOrlando, Florida – 15 June 202114. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Woodson, Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee:"I want to be able to actually leave an imprint that's going to actually help somebody get better." ASSOCIATED PRESSAnn Arbor, Michigan – 4 June 202115. Various of a signed and framed Woodson Michigan jersey affixed to a wall at Mott Children's Hospital ANNOTATION: He's done just that, establishing the Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund at his alma mater's children's hospital in Ann Arbor. ASSOCIATED PRESSAnn Arbor, Michigan – 4 June 202116. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Gabe Owens, pediatric cardiologist:++PARTIALLY COVERED++"It's truly a special thing that he has created here at Michigan Medicine. It will contribute to saving lives in the future."SCOTTY PASSINK – MUST CREDIT SCOTTY PASSINKAnn Arbor, Michigan – date unknown17. Dr. Gabe Owens, a pediatric cardiologist and professor at Michigan Medicine, shows Woodson a video on his cellphone of some medical research on which Owens has been workingASSOCIATED PRESSAnn Arbor, Michigan – 4 June 202118. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Gabe Owens, pediatric cardiologist:++FULLY COVERED++"I have a picture of it. I show people all the time -- of us just sitting there looking at my phone, talking about the research that he helped start and where it's going now."19. Various of the hospital lobby that is named after WoodsonANNOTATION: The Woodson Fund provides money for research to advance the treatment of a host of illnesses that affect children.ASSOCIATED PRESSAnn Arbor, Michigan – 4 June 202120. SOUNDBITE (English) Scotty Passink, University of Michigan gift officer:"His legacy is more than just a football player. It's as a phenomenal human as well."ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Pasadena, California – 1 January 199821. STILL of Woodson leaping to make an interception in the end zone for Michigan in the Rose Bowl against Washington StateASSOCIATED PRESSOrlando, Florida – 15 June 202122. Various of Woodson sitting next to his Heisman Trophy at his homeANNOTATION: One who will be immortalized in his home state of Ohio in a matter of days. STORYLINE:Charles Woodson is one of the most accomplished defensive backs in the history of football.Or as President Barack Obama declared during a 2011 White House ceremony honoring Woodson and the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers: "Woodson's a pretty good ballplayer."The former president, a noted Bears fan, wasn't wrong.Woodson is one of only two players to win a Heisman Trophy, AP Rookie and Player of the Year awards and a Super Bowl championship.And he's about to add another title: Pro Football Hall of Famer."That's a hell of a journey that you have to go through to be standing up there," Woodson told The Associated Press during an interview at his home in Orlando, Florida.The NFL portion of Woodson's journey to Canton started and ended with the Raiders. In between, he spent seven seasons in Green Bay, long enough to earn that trip to the White House.But Woodson would like to be remembered for more than his on-field heroics."I want to be able to actually leave an imprint that's going to actually help somebody get better," Woodson said. He's done just that, establishing the Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund at his alma mater's children's hospital in Ann Arbor. The Woodson Fund provides money for research to advance the treatment of a host of illnesses that affect children."It's truly a special thing that he has created here at Michigan Medicine. It will contribute to saving lives in the future," said Dr. Gabe Owens, a pediatric cardiologist at the University of Michigan whose research has been funded via Woodson's efforts.Scotty Passink, a university gift officer and a longtime friend of Woodson's, said: "His legacy is more than just a football player. It's as a phenomenal human as well."One who will be immortalized in his home state of Ohio in a matter of days. ===========================================================Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: info@aparchive.com(ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory.
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