GREEN BAY, Wis. (WKOW, AP) -- Charles Woodson is the latest Green Bay Packer to lend his support to state union employees.
The cornerback said Sunday he is honored to stand with working families of Wisconsin and organized labor.
Woodson says hardworking people including teachers and nurses are under "an unprecedented attack" to take away their basic rights. He says as a member of the NFL Players Association, he is proud to stand with them.
Woodson joins seven former and current Packer players who expressed their support for state union employees in the past week. They are Brady Poppinga, Jason Spitz, Curtis Fuller, Chris Jacke, Charles Jordan, Bob Long and Steve Okoniewski.
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