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Eric Wood played nine seasons in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills from 2009-2017. He was selected in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft by Buffalo, and became a staple on the offensive line, starting all 120 games he participated in.
The Louisville alum was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2015, and was a part of the 2017 Bills team that won nine games and ended an 18-year playoff drought.
After retiring because of an injury in 2018, Wood moved into the broadcasting arena and is currently a football analyst with the ACC Network and part of the Buffalo Bills radio team. He also is the host of the “What’s Next with Eric Wood” podcast.
Today on the show, Wood shares his love for Bills Mafia, the adjustment into retirement, being a broadcaster, giving his life to Christ in 2012, and the difficulty of playing the center position in the NFL.
A year ago today I got the news that my career was over. I was in the waiting room waiting for this little guy to be born. Happy Birthday Garrett and I trust God and the plan he has for my next chapter. Me and this dude are going to have some fun down the road! pic.twitter.com/vqJQM8WEc3
— Eric Wood (@EWood70) January 11, 2019