Jacob Green became the second Seahawks defensive player to be inducted into the Ring of Honor on September 3, 1995. Green was a fixture at the left defensive end position for 11 years (1980-91). From the time the NFL made it an official statistic in 1982 until his retirement, Jacob was the third-most productive sack artist in the game, trailing only the likes of Lawrence Taylor and Reggie White. In 1983, Green registered a single-game Seahawks record 3.5 sacks against the Los Angeles Raiders, and the NFL's longest interception return for the season, a 73-yard touchdown at Cleveland. The following year, Green equaled a team-record four fumble recoveries and registered a then-playoff record 2.5 sacks in a Wild Card game against the Los Angeles Raiders. Green's career was highlighted by two Pro Bowl selections in 1986 and 1987. In 1986, he set a Seattle record with 4.0 sacks vs. the Giants. Green can be found scattered all over the Seahawks' record book having played in the fifth-most games (178), third-most starts (176), most fumble recoveries (17), fifth-most tackles (718), and most career sacks (116.0).