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Hall of Fame cornerback -- and former Raven safety -- Rod Woodson is working with the Bengals' secondary at this week's minicamp.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has known Woodson since they started with the Steelers, and both were on the Ravens' Super Bowl team. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Woodson is using the opportunity to gauge whether he wants to get into coaching. He will be on the team's coaching staff for the first few weeks of training camp, as well.

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"It would have to be in my heart," Woodson told the Enquirer. "I have a lot of free time with my kids, but I think I can impact the young guys a little bit more on a day to day basis [as a coach]. A lot of knowledge was given to me through my playing career, and I feel like I have something to give back."

Woodson has worked for NFL Network as an analyst the past few years.

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