2022 Courage Award Winner

Robert Woods

2022 Ed Block Courage Award Winner

Woods suffered a complete ACL tear of his left knee during a Rams practice session on Nov. 11 and missed the final eight regular season games and all four postseason contests. After his trade to the Titans in late March, the 10-year receiver’s passion, determination and relentless work with team trainers and in the weight room saw him begin the 2022 campaign on the team’s active roster.

Position WR
Height 6'0"
Weight 195 lbs
College USC
NFL Experience 10 years

Past Winners

  • 2021 - Nick Westbrook-Ikhine
  • 2020 - Jeffery Simmons 
  • 2019 - Jonnu Smith 
  • 2018 - Jack Conklin 
  • 2017 - Karl Klug 
  • 2016 - Jason McCourty 
  • 2015 - Craig Stevens 
  • 2014 - Michael Griffin 
  • 2013 - David Stewart 
  • 2012 - Kenny Britt 
  • 2011 - Derrick Morgan 
  • 2010 - Will Witherspoon 
  • 2009 - Kevin Mawae 
  • 2008 - Chris Hope 
  • 2007 - David Thornton 
  • 2006 - Brandon Jones 
  • 2005 - Tank Williams 
  • 2004 - Keith Bulluck 
  • 2003 - Kevin Carter 
  • 2002 - Eddie George 
  • 2001 - Kevin Dyson 
  • 2000 - Kenny Holmes 
  • 1999 - Steve McNair 
  • 1998 - Steve Jackson**
  • 1997 - Bruce Matthews**
  • 1996 - Blaine Bishop*
  • 1995 - Barron Wortham*
  • 1994 - Marcus Robertson*
  • 1993 - Curtis Duncan*
  • 1992 - Warren Moon*
  • 1991 - Bubba McDowell*
  • 1990 - Mike Munchak*
  • 1989 - Douglas Smith*
  • 1988 - Alonzo Highsmith*
  • 1987 - Kent Hill*
  • 1986 - *Dean Steinkuhler*
  • 1985 - Pat Howell*
  • 1984 - Bob Hamm*

* = Houston Oilers
** = Tennessee Oilers


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