He later beat the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII as a member of the Steelers. Considered a five-star recruit by Rivals.com, Woodley was listed as the third best inside linebacker in the nation in 2003.Woodley enrolled at the University of Michigan, He predominantly played defensive end and sometimes linebacker, depending on the front seven's alignment.With two sacks in both the Divisional Round and Conference Championship, Woodley became the first player in NFL history to record three consecutive multi-sack playoff games, dating back to the Steelers' 31-29 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Wild Card Round of the 2008 playoffs.In Super Bowl XLIII, Woodley extended this streak to four games when he sacked Kurt Warner twice, forcing the game-ending fumble on Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner with 5 seconds remaining in the game to secure the win.In 2006, Woodley was named the defensive captain of the Wolverines by his teammates.He collected 12 sacks as a senior and won the Lombardi Award as the best lineman, offensive or defensive, in the country.
“When I went potential attainable dates, I felt prize I couldn’t eke out an existence myself.
Shortly after the foundation was formed, Woodley found out that the Saginaw City School District would have to institute a -per-student participation fee for high school athletics in the 2012–13 school year due to budget cutbacks.
Through his foundation, he donated ,000 to cover the fees for all athletes in the district—at Saginaw High, Arthur Hill High School, and the city's junior high and middle schools.
In 2009, he recorded 62 tackles, 13.5 sacks, and 1 forced fumble.
He was named to his first Pro Bowl for his outstanding performance. In 2010, Woodley had 50 tackles, 10.0 sacks, an interception (which he ran back for a touchdown), two pass deflections, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.