Pro Football Hall of Fame DB Charles Woodson to be honored in Green Bay on November 28

Charles Woodson (21) and Nick Barnett in 2009. By Mike Morbeck – Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https


The Pro Football Hall of Fame and Kay® Jewelers, the Official Provider of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence, will honor Class of 2021 member CHARLES WOODSON at a special halftime ceremony Sunday, Nov. 28.

During the matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Los Angeles Rams, Woodson will be represented his Ring of Excellence in front of his Packers fans. Retired Hall of Fame President & Executive Director David Baker will be on hand at Lambeau Field for the ceremony. The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:25 p.m. ET. Earlier this month, Woodson received his Ring of Excellence in Las Vegas during a special presentation.

The Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence is one of three iconic symbols, along with the Hall of Fame Gold Jacket, created by Haggar, and the Bronzed Bust, that represent the elite status of being a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Each living Enshrinee from the Class of 2021 received his Hall of Fame Gold Jacket and unveiled his Bronzed Bust during the 2021 Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls in early August.

All three representations of membership in sports’ most exclusive club will be displayed during the special presentation for Packers fans to pay tribute to Woodson. 


The Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence is created by Kay® Jewelers. The spectacular Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence is set in 14K gold with a total diamond weight of 1.75 carats. However, it is much more than a beautiful piece of jewelry. Intricate details on the ring reflect the special significance of enshrinement.

  • The outer diamonds create a “stadium” effect surrounding the football-shaped diamond center.
  • The vibrant blue gemstone was selected both for appearance and meaning, as blue is often associated with confidence, power and integrity – all traits of these incredible legendary football icons.
  • Woodson’s Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence is customized to reflect his unique career. A likeness of his Bronzed Bust, along with “Cornerback/Safety” and “1998-2015” (his years in the NFL) appear on one side, while “Woodson,” the Pro Football Hall of Fame logo and “Class of 2021” are included on the other.
  • Additionally, a special arbormark (or engraving) appears on the inside of the ring – 354 – which is his Enshrinee number.
(courtesy Pro Football Hall of Fame)


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