Walter Jones played two seasons for the Holmes Community College’s football team. While with the team, he was hailed as the Mississippi Junior College Player of the Year in 1994. Finally, he transferred to Florida State University Seminoles’ football team for another two seasons and earned the second-team All-ACC honors. Rather than finishing his stint with the team, he decided to forego his final year of college qualification and joined the NFL, instead. Walter entered the 1997 NFL Draft and was chosen as the very first round, sixth overall pick by the Seattle Seahawks. Jones was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection and seven-time All Pro. Jones chose the microblogging site Twitter to announced his retirement on April 29, 2010. Walter Jones, Jr. was born on January 19, 1974 in Aliceville, Alabama.
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