Brian Urlacher Upset Darren Woodson Not Joining Him in Hall of Fame
The former Bears linebacker calls Woodson his favorite player
While Brian Urlacher is excited to be heading into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he is a bit disappointed that he won’t be joined by Dallas Cowboys great Darren Woodson, who didn’t make the final cut after being among the preliminary nominees.
Woodson played his entire 13-year career for the Cowboys and earned first-team All-Pro 4 times and won 3 Super Bowl titles.
“It drives me crazy,” Urlacher said, during an appearance on 105.3 The Fan, via the Dallas Morning News. “I don’t understand. He has three rings, correct? I don’t know how much of a big deal that is to the voters, but he had a good career. He was the guy that I think made that [Cowboys] defense go. I know they were good up front, they had Ken Norton in the middle and everything, but Darren Woodson to me was a beast — my favorite player of all time.”