Former Cowboys safety Darren Woodson leaving ESPN after 14 years


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Three-time Super Bowl champion and five-time Cowboys Pro Bowl safety Darren Woodson is leaving ESPN after 14 years with the network, Woodson and ESPN announced Monday.

Woodson joined ESPN as an NFL analyst in 2005 and worked across ESPN programming including NFL Live and SportsCenter. He also participated in the network’s coverage of the Super Bowl, NFL Draft and training camp.

Tuesday will be Woodson’s last day before he focuses on commercial real estate in North Texas, he said.

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“After 14 years w/ @espn, I have made the decision to now focus on my commercial real estate business” Woodson tweeted, in part. “Before I leave Bristol on Tuesday, THANK YOU to everyone at ESPN and especially our @ESPNNFL team!”

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