The anticlimactic announcement Wednesday that future Hall of Fame left tackle Walter Jones will not play this season comes as no surprise. And it wonÆt be a surprise if he doesnÆt play again after a remarkable 12-year run (1997-2008) during which he became one of the greatest linemen ever to play the game.á If Jones retires before next season, he will be the SeahawksÆ second no-brainer Hall of Famer and join Steve Largent in the shrine in 2015. But, as coach Jim Mora said, itÆs not time for a career eulogy yet. It is time, however, to figure out what the Seahawks are going to do about their offensive line going forward. With Jones seemingly done, the Seahawks are down to one player remaining from the dominant unit that led them to the Super Bowl in 2005. Steve Hutchinson, Robbie Tobec ...
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