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Walter and Shanice
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Elliott and David line it up with Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014 inductee Walter Jones of the Seattle Seahawks. We'll also meet the lovely Shanice Jordyn, Playboy's Playmate of the Month for April.
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Sports and Torts: Paymate Shanice Jordyn
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Walter Jones
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Walter Jones
Jones was drafted by the Seahawks in the first round and sixth overall in the 1997 NFL Draft. He started every game in which he played, beginning with his rookie season. Jones was a member of the 2005 Seahawks team that lost Super Bowl XL to the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2006, Jones topped the list of the 101 best NFL players by the Sporting News. Jones was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection and seven-time All-Pro. Jones was perhaps the best at his position in the NFL during the early part of the decade, exemplified by being voted to the NFL's 2000s All Decade Team. From 1998 through 2000, he helped Ricky Watters achieve three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons for the Seahawks and, later, paved the way for Shaun Alexander's NFL record-setting success. Walter Jones was recognized by John Madden as the best player in the NFL in 2004 in a broadcast. Madden recognized Jones in numerous broadcasts as the best left tackle in the NFL and possibly one of the best of all time. Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren called Jones the best offensive player he had ever coached. Holmgren had previously coached superstars including Joe Montana, Steve Young and Brett Favre. On Thanksgiving 2008, Walter Jones succumbed to a knee injury playing against the Cowboys in his 180th and final game. The injury required microfracture surgery to repair and immediately ended his season. Jones tried to play again in 2009, but was unsuccessful. On October 28, 2009, Jones was placed on injured reserve by the Seahawks. In a press conference the same day, Jones stated his intention to play in 2010. On April 29, 2010, Jones announced on his Twitter account that he would retire. The Seahawks announced the retirement of his number, 71, and governor Christine Gregoire declared April 30 to be "Walter Jones Day" in the state of Washington. On December 5, 2010, in a game versus the Carolina Panthers, in front of a crowd of over 66,000, the Seahawks honored the career of Jones by retiring his #71 jersey. This was only the third player number (#80 Steve Largent and #96 Cortez Kennedy) to be retired by the Seahawks (they have also retired #12 in honor of the fans). On January 8, 2011, Jones lifted the 12th Man flag at Qwest Field before the Seahawks' wild card matchup against the New Orleans Saints. The 7–9 Seahawks went on to defeat the defending Super Bowl champion Saints 41–36. On February 2, 2014, Jones served as the Seahawks' Honorary Captain at Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, prior to their 43-8 victory over the Broncos. This coincided with his election onto the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He also helped former Giant and fellow Hall of Famer Michael Strahan toss the coin to end the pregame ceremonies.

Walter on Twitter

Shanice Jordyn
Phoenix resident and Arizona State University student Shanice Jordyn, 22, is Playboy’s April 2014 Playmate of the Month. Shanice first appeared in Playboy’s October 2013 college issue, representing ASU in the magazine’s “Girls of the Pac 12” pictorial. She is a junior at ASU, taking online classes for general studies, and currently works as a dental hygienist with hopes of attending dental school upon graduation. The athletic beauty is a 2010 graduate of Mountain Pointe High School, where she was an MVP varsity point guard and a sprinting champion. Prior to Playboy, Shanice had never modeled before. “I love my jobs and my life,” she says. “And I do my best to be a good Sun Devil and go clubbing with the Arizona State crowd.” Miss April grew up in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and moved to Arizona while still in high school

Shanice on Twitter