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Damien Woody announces NFL retirement, joins ESPN as studio analyst, two-time Pro Bowler to appear on Sportscenter, NFL Live

Former NFL offensive lineman Damien Woody has joined ESPN as an NFL studio analyst.

Tim Baysinger reports, “Woody will appear on ESPN’s Sportscenter and NFL Live, ESPN2’s First Take and periodically on ESPNEWS’ various programs. His debut will be Aug. 15.

A two-time Pro Bowler, Woody played for three teams in his 12-year career: the, Lions and Jets. He announced his retirement from the NFL at a press conference Friday.

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