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Woodson, Driver Earn Rightful Spot in History

Charles Woodson (Jeff Hanisch/US Presswire)

After careers filled with ups and downs, Charles Woodson and Donald Driver finally have their Super Bowl rings. The two proud veterans talk about the night, a celebration made more meaningful by the long roads they endured.

Charles Woodson and Donald Driver had paid their dues. That's what made the Green Bay Packers' ring ceremony on Thursday night so special. Woodson, a first-round pick in 1998, reached the Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders in 2002. Driver, a seventh-round pick in 1999, reached the NFC Championship Game with Woodson in 2007. Neither player, however, had hoisted the Vince Lombardi Trophy or... Recommended Stories

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