Charles Woodson has nearly two decades of NFL experience. He writes his own injury report.
That's why the 18-year veteran is on the precipice of playing just days after dislocating his shoulder.
The Raiders legend is pretty persuasive. According to Bay Area News Group's Jimmy Durkin, head coach Jack Del Rio is reconsidering Woodson's availability for Sunday vs. the Ravens.
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A hobbled Woodson could still be the team's best option. Fellow starting safety Nate Allen was lost for the year with an ACL tear. Their other options include Taylor Mays and Larry Asante.
Just look at the video above. He's clearly in pain -- even in a contact-free practice, he's smarting -- but Woodson absolutely won't be denied his place on the field.
That trait makes No. 24 a Raiders legend -- and eventually, a Hall of Famer.