Barbara Awns, the former NFL cheerleader, who died at age 83 in May, was a beloved member of the Los Angeles Rams family.
Woods, a four-time All-Pro who won two Super Bowl rings, was remembered as a loving woman and a dedicated leader for the Rams, according to her daughter, Barbara Woods.
Woody, a former All-Star cheerleader and NFL Hall of Famer, was one of only three people to serve as a cheerleader for the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers, according a 2016 profile by USA Today.
The other two were the two-time Super Bowl MVP and two- time NFL MVP Jerry Rice and Hall of Fame cornerback Jim Kelly.
Wooden also coached the Rams from 1977-79 and played on their championship teams in 1980 and 1982.
In the 1980 Super Bowl, she intercepted a pass by Michael Irvin and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown, a play that catapulted the Rams to a 14-3 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Woodens is survived by her daughter Barbara Woods; three sons and three grandchildren.