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Charles Woodson's most memorable moments

Oakland Raiders safety Charles Woodson will play his final game against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday. From his Heisman Trophy-winning career at Michigan to his 18 years in the the NFL with the Raiders and Green Bay Packers, Woodson has provided a lot of highlights.

Here are just a few:

Oct. 25, 1997: Woodson made arguably the best interception of his college career on a one-handed play near the sideline against Michigan State

Nov. 22, 1997: Woodson had three tackles, an interception, a 37-yard reception and a 78-yard punt return for a touchdown as No. 1 Michigan beat No. 4 Ohio State in Ann Arbor to secure the Wolverines’ first perfect regular season in 25 years.

Dec. 13, 1997: Woodson joined Desmond Howard (1991) and Tom Harmon (1940) as the only Michigan players to win the Heisman Trophy. Woodson remains the last primarily defensive player to win the Heisman.

Sept. 27, 1998: Woodson got his first NFL interception against former Cowboys quarterback and current coach Jason Garrett.

1998 season: Woodson won Defensive Rookie of the Year. He remains the only Raiders player to win the honor.

Jan. 19, 2002: Woodson's forced fumble of Tom Brady in the 2001 divisional playoff against the Patriots was called back because of the tuck rule.

Jan. 26, 2003 (Super Bowl XXXVII): Woodson intercepted Brad Johnson on the first series. The Raiders scored a field goal on the ensuing drive. They lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 48-21.

Nov. 15, 2009: Woodson played a huge role in Green Bay’s 17-7 win over Dallas, with two forced fumbles, a sack and a diving fourth-quarter interception in front of the Packers’ end zone.

2009: Woodson won Defensive Player of the Year. He was the second Packers player to win, joining Reggie White in 1998.

Jan. 23, 2011: After beating the Chicago Bears in the NFC championship game, Woodson said in the locker room: “The president won’t want to watch us in the Super Bowl, we’ll go see him.” He was referring to President Obama’s fandom of the Bears.

Feb. 6, 2011 (Super Bowl XLV): Woodson broke his collarbone when trying to break up a pass intended for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace in the Super Bowl. Woodson did not play the rest of the game, but celebrated with his Packers' teammates, holding the Lombardi Trophy with one hand while the other was in a sling.

Sept. 13, 2012: Woodson coined the phrase “same old Jay” in a postgame interview after thumping Jay Cutler and the Bears on a Thursday night at Lambeau. Woodson had an interception in the game.

Nov. 20, 2014: Woodson becomes the first player with 50 interceptions and 20 sacks with a sack of Alex Smith. The Raiders go on to win their first game of the season after an 0-10 start.

Oct. 11, 2015: Woodson intercepts Peyton Manning not once but twice in a Raiders’ loss to the Broncos.