When you've won a Super Bowl, it's easy to think you have little left to accomplish in life. That's not the case for Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley, who proves every time he returns to his hometown of Saginaw, Mich., that his life's mission is only just beginning.
Woodley won a state championship at Saginaw High School in 2000, and with each visit, still draws inspiration from the gleaming trophy case he helped fill. But the real honor lies in providing the people who support him most with happiness and hope -- and helping them run better.
"The NFL Season: A Biography" presented by SAP continues with a holiday homecoming, and the portrait of a man with steely devotion to the community and family that made him who he is today.
LaMarr Woodley takes advantage of the Steelers' bye week by visiting his old school, and celebrating Thanksgiving by donating household necessities to 500 Saginaw County families in need.