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The next day they used their 15th-round pick on Dave Wannstedt, a natural-born leader who never played a down but who went on to become an NFL head coach. The money enabled him to quit his job at a Portland-area Burger Chef. We pause to point out the irony: Manitowoc, the 24th-largest city in Wisconsin, would be the setting for the acclaimed Netflix documentary Making a Murderer.

To trade in understatement, he did not struggle to find female companionship.

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Not by the safety. Maybe more than any other player on the team, he seemed to seek out the staff for companionship and counsel. Though scarcely acknowledged at the time, he was just the second African-American in the modern era to hold that position at a predominantly white school.

Fred Auclair, a teammate and roommate, recalls Woodfield bringing home a trinket he had acquired at a local Christian bookstore. He was on the verge of playing in the NFL. That April, Woodfield attended a minicamp in Scottsdale, Ariz. Many more murders would follow. In July, Woodfield was among the rookies who competed against the Bears in a scrimmage at Lambeau Field.

He was strikingly handsome, maybe six feet tall, blessed with a torrent of thick, curly brown hair and eyes to match. He was six feet, with negligible body fat, well-defined muscles and a sly smile framed by what today might be called a pornstache. His father had a steady managerial job at the phone company Pacific Northwest Bell; his mother was a homemaker.

After sexually assaulting them, he shot them each in the back of the head.

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He seemed like he was more interested in looking cute out there than getting the job done. Armed with the resources—and facing the public relations pressures—of a modern-day NFL team, the Packers would have conducted a detailed background check on Woodfield.

But when he asked Stratten for further assessment, the coach wavered. This, it would later be revealed, was generally in keeping with his M. But while Hull died of her gunshot wounds, Garcia survived by feigning her death, lying motionless on the floor with slugs lodged in the back of her skull.

For weeks afterward Garcia worked with detectives to crack the case. Corralling Hull with one hand and holding a gun in the other, he walked her down a hall. The Packers thought otherwise. Raised mostly in the picturesque Oregon mid-coast town of Otter Rock, Woodfield grew up in a fiercely middle-class home. And the proverbial red flags would have flapped wildly.

The family was well-known and well-regarded in the community. Two rounds later, with the th pick, Green Bay took Woodfield. The assailant took both women into a back room and ordered them to the floor. Woodfield declined, opting instead to drive out from Oregon. By multiple s, Woodfield was devastated by being cut. He was wearing jeans and a leather jacket. No reason was given publicly.

She was surrounded by her discarded clothes. Shari Hull, age 20, lay splayed naked on the floor, blood pooling near her matted hair, brain matter seeping from her skull and spackling the carpet. After the season, though, Woodfield was dropped by the Chiefs. Little did she know, this attack was one of many allegedly carried out by the same man; she was helping track one of the most notorious serial murderers in U. Nicknamed the I-5 Killer, he had Green a trail of almost unspeakable brutality up and down the upper left corner of America, killing in Bay, Oregon and possibly Washington. And as a former linebacker, he dating quick to notice receivers brent resisted cutting across the middle of the field.

Which stood to reason. Not by anyone. He was convicted twice.

The Chiefs, along with their league, disbanded in While there are no public arrest records for Woodfield in Wisconsin, a detective would later learn that Woodfield was involved in at least 10 cases of indecent exposure across the state. At PSU, Woodfield was arrested multiple times for indecent exposure.

He had a woman in every port, it seemed. T he new coach had to have been torn.

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He wanted to pump up the Portland State program he had just taken over, and placing a guy in the NFL would go a long way toward that. There were murmurs, however, that the team had off-field concerns. As Woodfield had at Portland State, he ran precise routes and distinguished himself with speed in Manitowoc.

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They released Woodfield on Aug. Woodfield would later contend—not unreasonably—that his prospects were hindered because Green Bay was stressing a run game that season. E ven as crime scenes go, this one was sensationally gruesome. Rather than return to Oregon, Woodfield remained in Wisconsin, settling an hour and a half west in Oshkosh, where he played for the semipro Manitowoc Chiefs and moonlighted as a press-brake operator. Some remember him as unassuming and quiet, if a bit odd.

As it was, having done little in the way of intel, Green Bay remained interested in Woodfield. So the policeman drove on. The Packers, meanwhile, went 6—8 and, as a team, averaged only 13 completions per game. Soon he saw another cleaner, year-old Lisa Garcia. Police would contend that the team had other reasons. In the first round of the NFL draft the Packers selected Richmond running back Barty Smith, who would go on to start 42 games in seven seasons. Police say that when Woodfield turned 18, his juvenile record was expunged.

These may not have been the dynastic Packers who won the first two Super Bowls, in the s, but this was still a celebrated franchise. Woodfield had two older sisters, who would babysit him.

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While he would have preferred to spend his Sundays at Lambeau, Woodfield reckoned that, playing on Saturdays nearby for the Chiefs, maybe Packers execs would notice him and reconsider their decision. Later, at Treasure Valley Ore. With little evidence, he was found not guilty in a jury trial. As soon as her attacker left, she called the police.

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He ed almost immediately. Not by the linebacker. No one is saying football led Randall Woodfield down his dark path—but did it perhaps deter him from it, at least for a while? Outwardly, Woodfield appeared to be the portrait of normal. Packers officials declined to comment for this story. But he had his way with them and then snuffed out their lives because he could. Gradually her moans and her deep, labored breathing diminished until her body was drained of life. But in high school he was caught standing on a bridge and exposing himself to females.

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But beyond that, this was all validation. Sometimes they had declined his sexual advances and the killings seemed to be acts of retribution. Stratten was only 29, less than a decade removed from playing at Oregon. That even carried over to the way he played. In the Central States Football League championship game he caught a pair of passes for 42 yards, though the Madison Mustangs beat the Chiefs 14—0.