Woodson jogged off the field, underwent X-rays and didn't
"It's not broken, but it hurts," he said after Green Bay beat
the Lions 37-26. "It's my big toe on my right foot. I did the same
thing on my other foot once in Oakland."
Woodson said it was too early to determine his status for
Thursday's game at Dallas.
His departure forced Green Bay to play without two starting
defensive backs, Woodson and free safety Nick Collins, who was
inactive because of a knee injury.