NFL Hall-of-Famer and longtime NFL analyst Paul “Pacman” Jones is inducting the league’s biggest names in the 2017 class of the Players’ Tribune Hall of Honor on Sunday night.
Jones, a former member of the Packers, Falcons and Seahawks, was a key part of the Seahawks dynasty and a key factor in their Super Bowl championship.
His son, Paul, was the first quarterback drafted by the Seattle Seahawks and the first player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Legend.
The Hall of Famer and former coach of the Raiders was inducted on Thursday in the Pro Bowl Hall of Excellence, where he was honored for his contributions to the game.
Jones has been inducted twice before, in 2002 and 2007.
He was inductee into the Football Hall Of Fame in 2004, and was inductees into the NFL Hall Of Honor in 2005 and the Pro-Bowl Hall of Honour in 2007.
Jones was also inducted in the Class of 2017 in 2018.
The induction of Jones into the class of 2018 was the culmination of a lengthy process, which included Jones’ own coaching, a number of media appearances, and a number or players’ testimonials.
The induction was made possible through an agreement with the Pro Sports Hall of Fundamentals, a group of professional athletes, who were involved in the process.
In addition to Jones, Pro Football Talk, ESPN and SiriusXM will broadcast the ceremony.
In a statement released by the Hall of Foundation, Hall of Famers, coaches and broadcasters said: “Paul Jones is an incredible man who made a significant impact in the game of football.
I have a great respect for Paul, and I’m thrilled to have Paul on our team as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the NFL in 2019.
Paul is a great ambassador for the league and for the game, and he will continue to make an impact in all aspects of the game and in society.”
Jones is one of six former players in the Hall who were inducted during the NFL’s 100th year of existence.