The honors keep coming for Charles Woodson. Playing his finest season of his 11 year career, Woodson has already been named the AP Defensive Player of the year, he was honored as the The Sporting News top defensive player and on Thursday, Woodson was selected to the AP's First Team All-Pro squad. Woodson is the first Packers defensive player to make the team since Darren Sharper in 2000. Sharper joins Woodson on the first team secondary, they shared the NFL lead in interceptions with 9. The Minnesota Vikings placed 4 players on the first team, running back Adrian Peterson, guard Steve Hutchinson and defensive linemen Jared Allen and Kevin Williams. Nick Collins was named to the second team at safety.
The Packers have signed a punter to give incumbent Jeremy Kapinos a little competitiont this summer. Tim Masthay was the all SEC punter at Kentucky his senior year in 2008. He was with the Indy Colts in training camp but got cut. He also had a workout for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and never got on the field this past season. Kapinos finished the year ranked 17th in gross average and 28th in net punting.