Tuesday, August 1, 2017
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina -- Tory Woodbury, a Hall of Fame quarterback in his playing days at Winston-Salem State, has left his job as offensive coordinator at Johnson C. Smith.
Woodbury, 39, is a Winston-Salem native and a Glenn High School graduate.
Woodbury could not be reached for comment but posted on his Facebook and Twitter accounts that he is no longer works at Johnson C. Smith.
Woodbury, a member of the Big House Gaines Hall of Fame at WSSU and a member of the CIAA Hall of Fame, helped the Rams to CIAA titles in 1999 and 2000. Before getting into coaching he spent four seasons in the NFL signing as a rookie free agent with the New York Jets in 2001.
He’s the second-leading passer in WSSU history with 4,493 yards, and he is tied for third in school history with 38 touchdown passes.