Hutchinson started his NFL career in Seattle now anchors what is considered by many as the NFLs best offensive line. He helped pave the way for RB Adrian Peterson to set the new Vikings single-season rushing record and set a new team record for 100-yard games in a season. He has blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in each of his eight NFL seasons.
Woodson started his NFL career in Oakland joined the Packers as a free agent in 2006 and has posted half of his career interceptions (17 of 34) in his 44 games with the Packers. This season he overcame an early season broken toe to make the Pro Bowl. He has five interceptions this year (tied for second in the NFL). He has established a new career-high with three sacks (topping his 2 1/2 in 2004), is on pace for a new career-high in tackles with 72 and two games remaining (79 in 2000), and leads the team in passes defensed with 17.
This is the sixth Pro Bowl for Hutchinson (three with the Seahawks and three for the Vikings) and the fifth for Woodson (four with the Raiders and now one with the Packers).