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Old 10-11-2010, 07:39 PM
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Former Green Bay Packer draftee Randall Brent Woodfield became serial killer
1974 selection chief suspect in at least 18 deaths

By Tony Walter • Gannett Wisconsin Media • October 10, 2010


GREEN BAY — Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's four-game suspension for his alleged misconduct in a college bar in Georgia ends today.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who handed down Roethlisberger's suspension, should be relieved that he didn't have to deal with Randall Brent Woodfield.

He was a wide receiver at Portland State University and the Green Bay Packers' 17th-round draft choice in 1974.

He also went on to be a serial killer.

Now 59, Woodfield is serving a life sentence without parole at the Oregon State Penitentiary for a brutal crime spree that got him labeled as the "I-5 Killer." Prosecutors say he may have killed as many as 18 people, mostly females, in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Woodfield was convicted in 1981 of one murder, one attempted murder and several sodomy charges but prosecutors decided not to bring the other cases to trial since it would have been costly and Woodfield wasn't going anywhere for the rest of his life anyway.

He didn't get the death penalty because Oregon didn't have it in 1981, although it has since been reinstated.

Woodfield tried to catch on with the Packers during head coach and general manager Dan Devine's last season. He signed a contract in February 1974 but was cut during training camp, never making it to the team's final roster.
Green Bay Police Department and Brown County Sheriff's Department officials say there is no record of any criminal activity by Woodfield while he was in the Green Bay area. There is nothing on record at the Brown County Courthouse either.


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Now 59, Woodfield is serving a life sentence without parole at the Oregon State Penitentiary for a brutal crime spree that got him labeled as the "I-5 Killer." Prosecutors say he may have killed as many as 18 people, mostly females, in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Woodfield was convicted in 1981 of one murder, one attempted murder and several sodomy charges but prosecutors decided not to bring the other cases to trial since it would have been costly and Woodfield wasn't going anywhere for the rest of his life anyway
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i'm sure the families of the murder victims appreciate that mighty effort....
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Former Green Bay Packer draftee Randall Brent Woodfield became serial killer
1974 selection chief suspect in at least 18 deaths

By Tony Walter • Gannett Wisconsin Media • October 10, 2010


GREEN BAY — Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's four-game suspension for his alleged misconduct in a college bar in Georgia ends today
interesting the article starts out mentioning Big Ben ... making an implied comparrison to behavior there, Tony?
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