Residents: Woods isn't out of the woods yet

After Tiger Woods' press conference Friday, Bronx residents had mixed reactions about the celebrity.Some said they forgive Woods for his infidelity and behavior. Others said

THE BRONX - After Tiger Woods' press conference Friday, Bronx residents had mixed reactions about the celebrity.

Some said they forgive Woods for his infidelity and behavior. Others said he needed to get back the fans he lost after he admitted to cheating on his wife, Elin Nordegren, multiple times.

"He's got to prove it," said Neida Rosa.

Woods said he is responsible for his actions and attended a clinic for 45 days. He insisted there were no instances of domestic abuse during his marriage.

AP wires contributed to this story

Watch the full video of Tigers' statement here

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