Class of 2014 Semifinalist Profile: Walter Jones

 

FULL NAME

Walter Junior Jones

POSITION

Tackle

HT/WT

6’5”, 300

DATE OF BIRTH

Jan. 19, 1974

BIRTHPLACE

Aliceville, Ala.

HIGH SCHOOL

Aliceville (Ala.)

COLLEGE

Holmes Comm. College (MS); Florida State

DRAFTED INTO NFL

1st round (6th player overall) of 1997 draft by Seattle

SEASONS/GAMES PLAYED

12/180

YEARS/TEAMS
1997-2008

 

CAREER STATS
Year Team G
1997 Seattle 12
1998 Seattle 16
1999 Seattle 16
2000 Seattle 16
2001 Seattle 16
2002 Seattle 14
2003 Seattle 16
2004 Seattle 16
2005 Seattle 15
2006 Seattle 16
2007 Seattle 15
2008 Seattle 12
Career Total 180

 

ALL-PRO

2001 (AP)  •  2002 (PFWA)  •  2004 (AP, PFWA, SN)  •  2005 (AP, PFWA, SN)  •  2006 (PFWA, SN)  •  2007 (AP, PFWA, SN) 

PRO BOWLS

(9) 2000, 2002, 2003*, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008*, 2009*
*Did not play

CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1999 Seattle Seahawks (AFC Western Division champions)
2004 Seattle Seahawks (NFC West Division champions)
2005 Seattle Seahawks (NFC West Division, NFC champions)
2006 Seattle Seahawks (NFC West Division champions)
2007 Seattle Seahawks (NFC West Division champions)

HALL OF FAME SEMIFINALIST

(1) 2014

DID YOU KNOW?

Jones was named to eight consecutive Pro Bowls passing Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy for the most in Seahawks history.
His 180 career game starts ranks second in Seahawks' history behind only Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent.
There are 39 modern-era offensive linemen enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The average number of playing seasons of the offensive line group is 13 seasons. The average number of Pro Bowls the group was selected to is eight. 



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