Former Seahawks Offensive tackle Walter Jones has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Ahead of Saturday’s induction into the NFL Hall of Fame, legendary Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Walter Jones joined the Steve Sandmeyer Show to talk about becoming a football immortal.
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with NFL Hall of Famer Walter Jones, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino, and Seahawks running back Derrick Coleman
Regarded as one of the best offensive tackles to ever play, Walter Jones will get his gold jacket Saturday night and add to a year that has seen the Seahawks reach the pinnacle of the NFL.
Steve & Jason talk with Seattle Seahawks draft pick Kevin Pierre-Louis, NFL Hall of Famer Walter Jones, Seattle Mariners outfielder Dustin Ackley, GM of Our Lads Scouting Dan Shonka, and NBA Insiders senior writer Joel Brigham
NFL Hall of Famer Walter Jones joined the Steve Sandmeyer Show Monday to discuss his most famous pancake block, his Hall of Fame speech coming up this summer and his storied career.
Nine-time Pro Bowler Walter Jones saw the Seahawks win the Super Bowl in 2014 — and he was elected into the NFL Hall of Fame.
Last year Hauschka earned a base salary of $715,000, and looking at recent contracts from other kickers has a chance to bump that up to $3.5 million next year. Dan Bailey of the Dallas Cowboys signed a $22.5 million contract, with a little over $3.2 million annually. Oakland is paying Sabastian Janikowski $3.775 million a year, with 8 million of his multi-year contract guaranteed.
First-year nominees Walter Jones, Derrick Brooks, Tony Dungy and Marvin Harrison were among the 15 modern-era Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists in voting announced Thursday night.
The 2013 Seattle Seahawks match up favorably with their Super Bowl brethren.