With his days of making big time sacks and tackles for Michigan all but over with, former U-M All-American LaMarr Woodley made his way back to campus on Saturday to give back and coach at the Wolverines' big man camp held at Michigan stadium. Woodley, who played for coach Lloyd Carr at U-M from 2003-06, played last season with the Arizona Cardinals before tearing his ACL in Week 11 of 2015 and is currently an NFL free agent. Afterwards, Woodley talked glowingly about his camp participation with The Michigan Insider.
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