Charles Woodson’s tenure as a broadcaster with ESPN is over, the 1997 Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL great announced Thursday. The 42-year-old Woodson, who spent 18 seasons in the NFL, shared a message on Instagram as he thanked ESPN and his on-air “Sunday NFL Countdown” colleagues — Sam Ponder, Randy Moss, Matt Hasselbeck and Rex Ryan. Woodson shared the set with them for the past three years after retiring from the NFL in 2015. “You have given me the opportunity immediately out of the NFL to work in television. It’s been a wonderful three years. It’s been a blast. I’ve learned a lot, had a lot of fun, gained some great friends,” Woodson said, in part. View this post on Instagram Many thanks to @espn @espnnfl it was a good run!!A post shared by Charles Woodson (@charleswoodson) on Feb 7, 2019 at 7:53am PSTWhile Woodson didn’t reveal what’s next, the former All-Pro defensive back alluded to his next venture as he said, “For everybody out there who may have tuned in and watched me every week. I’ll see you next season somewhere. Stay tuned.”Woodson has been selected to the 2018 class of the College Football Hall of Fame and joined Michigan’s Hall of Honor in 2017 over the past three years. He was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection in his career with the Raiders and Packers.