Many Purdue fans will know the name Rod Woodson. Now they will get a chance to watch some of his best moment in a Boilermakers uniform on tv.

NFL Network’s “A Football Life” has shown football fans a glimpse of what life is like in football for many great former players. Woodson will be one of the players featured on the program for its 11th season.

Woodson played on both sides of the ball in college, but was known for what he did as a DB and a returner. He played at Purdue from 1983-1986. He got drafted in the first round the 1987 NFL Draft, and played for four teams during his professional career.

The Pittsburgh Steelers (1987-1996) were the first team that he played for. He also spent time with the San Francisco 49ers (1997), Baltimore Ravens (1998-2001), and Oakland Raiders (2002-2003).

Woodson’s stats stand out over his entire NFL career. He had over 1,000 total tackles and 71 interceptions. He also won a Super Bowl with the Ravens, and is a member of Pro Football Hall of Fame.

You can watch his debut on “A Football Life” Friday at 9 p.m. ET on NFL Network.