The Info List - Andre' Woodson

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Andre' Chandler Woodson, Jr. (born April 25, 1984) is a former American football
American football
quarterback and current coach. He was drafted by the New York Giants
New York Giants
in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Woodson played collegiately at the University of Kentucky. He is currently the wide receivers coach at Morehead State University.[1]


1 Early years 2 College career

2.1 Statistics

3 Professional career

3.1 New York Giants 3.2 Washington Redskins 3.3 Hartford Colonials

4 Personal life 5 References

Early years[edit] Born on post in Fort Lewis, Washington
Fort Lewis, Washington
where his mother, Robin Woodson, was stationed in the Army with his father (Andre W.) Woodson grew up a military brat, moving from post to post with his mother after his parents divorced when he was the age of two. He was raised by his mother as she continued her Army service, eventually arriving in Radcliff, Kentucky, in 1994. He attended local schools nearby, Radcliff Middle School and North Hardin High School, both in Radcliff, Kentucky (Hardin County Kentucky, located near Fort Knox, Kentucky), where he Lettered in basketball and football, which eventually led to his being noticed for his football potential by the University of Kentucky. College career[edit] In 2003, Woodson was recruited to Kentucky. During his freshman season, Woodson served as a backup to Shane Boyd, and appeared in seven games (including one start). For the 2005 season, Woodson was named as the starting quarterback. The Wildcats ended 2005 with a 3-8 record, with Woodson completing nearly 58 percent of his passes, while throwing for 1,644 yards. After the 2006 spring practice, it appeared Woodson would lose his position to his backup, Curtis Pulley.[2] Spurred by this, Woodson started spending more time lifting weights, began leading the team in practice, and soon became the choice for starting quarterback.[2] The 2006 season, Woodson's junior season, was a breakout season, with Woodson leading the Wildcats to a 7-5 regular season, and their first bowl win in 22 years, in the Music City Bowl.[3] He led both his team and the SEC in passing yards with 3,515,[3][4] and became only the second Kentucky quarterback to throw 30 or more touchdowns in a single season.[3] On September 22, 2007, Woodson broke Trent Dilfer's all-time NCAA record of 271 consecutive pass attempts without an interception against the Arkansas Razorbacks.[5] The streak ended, however, when Woodson threw his first interception in 325 attempts on September 29, 2007 against Florida Atlantic University.[6] Against Florida State in the 2007 Music City Bowl, Woodson broke Danny Wuerffel's SEC record for passing touchdowns in one season. Woodson threw 40 for the season, passing Wuerffel's record by one. He also broke Jared Lorenzen's UK record of 78 career touchdown passes. Statistics[edit]

Season Games Passing Rushing QB rating

Comp Att Yds TD Int Att Yds Avg TD

RS Freshman 7 54 88 492 2 1 36 -27 -0.75 0 109.26

Sophomore 11 146 253 1644 6 6 57 -133 -2.33 1 110.16

Junior 13 295 452 3515 31 7 70 -137 -1.96 1 146.84

Senior 13 327 518 3709 40 11 69 -193 -2.70 3 144.51

TOTALS 44 822 1311 9360 81 25 232 -490 -2.11 5 134.32

Professional career[edit] New York Giants[edit] On April 27, 2008, Woodson was drafted in the sixth round (198th pick overall) to the New York Giants
New York Giants
starting his professional career.[7] On August 30, the Giants waived Woodson during final cuts. He was re-signed to the team's practice squad a day later, where he remained until his release on October 23. Woodson was later re-signed to the practice squad on October 27, 2008. Following the 2008 season, Woodson was re-signed to a future contract on January 12, 2009. He was waived on September 5, 2009. Washington Redskins[edit] On September 6, 2009, Woodson was signed by the Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
to their practice squad. He was released on November 24, 2009. Hartford Colonials[edit] Woodson was signed by the Hartford Colonials
Hartford Colonials
of the United Football League (UFL) in spring 2010. On September 1, 2010, Woodson was waived by the Colonials.[8] Personal life[edit] His first child, André III, was born on his 29th birthday in 2013.[1] References[edit]

^ a b Story, Mark (April 27, 2013). "On his 29th birthday, Andre Woodson gets a life-changing gift". Lexington Herald-Leader. Retrieved May 4, 2013.  ^ a b Jonathan, Smith (2006-09-01). "Woodson, Pulley make giant strides over summer". The Kentucky Kernel. p. 1. Retrieved 2007-04-03. [dead link] ^ a b c Low, Chris (2007-03-29). "Key playmakers in Cats' explosive attack returning". ESPN. p. 1. Retrieved 2007-04-03.  ^ Kentucky Wildcat 2006 cumulative season statistics, 2006, archived from the original on 2007-09-30, retrieved 2007-04-03  ^ Kentucky's Woodson breaks record for passes without INT, 2007, retrieved 2007-09-24  ^ ESPN - Woodson throws career-high 5 TDs as No. 14 UK romps - NCAA College Football Recap ^ Big Blue drafts some insurance behind Manning ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-09-05. Retrieved 2010-09-02. 

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Kentucky Wildcats
starting quarterbacks

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Doc Rodes
(1915–1916) Bobby Lavin (1921) Shipwreck Kelly (1929) Carey Spicer
Carey Spicer
(1930–1931) Phil Cutchin (1941–1942, 1946) George Blanda
George Blanda
(1946-1948) Babe Parilli
Babe Parilli
(1949–1951) Bob Hardy (1954) Derrick Ramsey (1977) Randy Jenkins (1980–1983) Doug Martin (1982) Bill Ransdell (1984–1986) Kevin Dooley (1985–1987) Glenn Fohr (1987–1988) Freddie Maggard (1989–1990) Brad Smith (1990–1991) Pookie Jones (1991–1993) Antonio O'Ferral (1993–1994) Jeff Speedy (1994–1995) Billy Jack Haskins (1995–1996) Tim Couch (1996–1998) Dusty Bonner (1999) Jared Lorenzen (2000–2003) Shane Boyd
Shane Boyd
(2001–2004) Andre' Woodson (2004–2007) Mike Hartline (2008–2010) Randall Cobb (2008) Morgan Newton (2009–2012) Maxwell Smith (2011–2013) Matt Roark (2011) Jalen Whitlow (2012–2013) Patrick Towles (2014–2015) Drew Barker (2015–2016) Stephen Johnson (2016–2017) Luke Wright (2016)

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New York Giants
New York Giants
2008 NFL draft
2008 NFL draft

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