The Seahawks will make a formal announcement regarding longtime LT Walter Jones next Thursday.
Walter Jones, who continues to mull retirement, is not expected to show for the Seahawks' upcoming voluntary minicamp.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he's still awaiting "final word" on LT Walter Jones' retirement plans.
Several advisers to Walter Jones told ESPN's Len Pasquarelli that the future Hall of Fame tackle is indeed expected to retire.
The Seahawks are still unsure of LT Walter Jones' plans for 2010.
Seahawks LT Walter Jones announced on Twitter Sunday that he is retiring from football.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll revealed that LT Walter Jones is "doing everything he can" to recuperate from his knee surgeries.
Seahawks LT Walter Jones (knee surgeries) reiterated Monday that he wants to continue his playing career.
Seahawks LT Walter Jones (injured reserve, knee surgeries) says he wants to keep playing football.
Seahawks placed LT Walter Jones (knee surgeries) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Seahawks coach Jim Mora confirmed that LT Walter Jones (knee surgeries) will not play in Week 8.
Seahawks coach Jim Mora acknowledged Monday that LT Walter Jones' (knee) status for Week 8 is uncertain.
The Seahawks have ruled out LT Walter Jones (knee) playing until after their Week 7 bye.
The Seahawks have shut down LT Walter Jones due to continued soreness in his twice surgically repaired knee.