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Monday Round-Up: Walter Jones And Steve Largent Honored At Super Bowl LIV As Two Of NFL's Top 100 Players

Seahawks Legends Walter Jones and Steve Largent were honored at Super Bowl LIV as an offensive tackle and wide receiver, respectively, on the NFL 100 All-Time Team.

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Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Monday, February 3 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Jones And Largent: NFL Top 100 Players

Prior to kickoff of Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Seahawks Legends Walter Jones and Steve Largent stood amongst many other NFL players, some current and some former, as the League honored their Top 100 players.

Both Jones and Largent were named to the NFL 100 All-Time Team, a roster of 100 players and 10 coaches named 'The Greatest' in their respective positions, back in November of 2018. NFL Network revealed the roster over a six-week period with the help of hosts Rich Eisen, Cris Collinsworth, and Bill Belichick.

Jones, the Hall of Fame offensive tackle was one of seven offensive linemen to make the official roster while Largent, the Hall of Fame wide receiver, was one of 10 wide receivers. Some other notable players on the NFL 100 All-Time Team include running back Walter Payton, quarterback Joe Montana, and head coach Don Shula. Obviously, there are a lot more on the roster that you'd recognize, as they are the League's Top 100 players.

Jones kept his Twitter followers up-to-date throughout the Super Bowl week and most of his posts featured himself wearing the red NFL Top 100 jacket. Between this, his gold Hall of Fame jacket, and Seahawks Ring of Honor jacket, Jones has quite the honorable collection of formal wear.

What stood out to me the most though as I watched the pregame recognition of the All-Time Team, was Jones wearing a '96' button on his new jacket in honor of the late Cortez Kennedy. Kennedy, a Seahawks Legend and Hall of Fame defensive tackle, was one of Jones' best friends and biggest influences.

In his most recent post as he points to the button in the stands of Hard Rock Stadium, Jones writes, "As the day wraps up, I wouldn't miss the opportunity to thank Cortez Kennedy. You taught me a lot. From how to be a pro, to how to be a good dad. From making sure to talk to people that make the @Seahawks run, to how to treat fans. Tonight, we're both recognized."

Congratulations to Steve Largent and Walter Jones, and rest in peace Cortez Kennedy.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' also comes from Seahawks Legend Walter Jones, as he posts an old photo with fellow Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson, who was named to the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class.

More From Around The Web

The Seattle Seahawks won the Bud Light 'Celly of the Year Award' for the second straight year.

Seahawks.com's John Boyle writes up a story featuring Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson being named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Gregg Bell from The Tacoma News Tribune, Art Thiel from SportsPressNW, and AP on behalf of 710 ESPN Seattle, all reports on Steve Hutchinson being named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Adam Jude at The Seattle Times writes up a story on WR DK Metcalf setting high standards for himself.

As a part of NFL Play 60, an initiative that encourages youth to get at least 60 minutes per day of physical activity, Seahawks mascot Blitz and quarterback Russell Wilson teamed up with the morning television program 'Good Morning America' and the NFL to surprise Quentin Corr, a 13-year-old from Seattle and die-hard Seahawks fan, as the 2020 NFL Play 60 Super Kid and kid correspondent for Super Bowl LIV.

Quentin will be headed down to Miami for Super Bowl week where he'll serve as a media correspondent with hits on multiple outlets including Good Morning America and Good Morning Football. He'll get to interviewing players, ask questions at press conferences, and more.

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