Everson Walls Speaker Profile
Retired Defensive Back for the Dallas Cowboys
Everson Walls Biography
Everson Walls was born December 28, 1959 in Dallas, Texas and is a former cornerback in the NFL, having played for the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Giants, and the Cleveland Browns. During his 14 seasons, he was a four-time Pro Bowl selection. He was also a 3-time All-Pro selection. Walls won a Super Bowl with the Giants after the 1990 season.
Surrounded by an already star-studded defensive unit, which included Randy White, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, Harvey Martin, and Charlie Waters, Walls continued his outstanding play by leading the league in interceptions in two more seasons, in 1982 and 1985. He received Pro Bowl honors each of those years, and made it again in 1983. During this time, however, the Cowboys were unable to reclaim their dominance in the league, as they lost the NFC title game in 1982 and fell short again in 1983 and 1985. Despite this, Walls remained one of the most feared cover cornerbacks in the league; eventually, quarterbacks were forced to stop throwing the ball to his side. Everson also was known for his contract disputes with the Cowboys, which were eventually settled in 1987, when Walls was given a three-year deal worth 5.05 million. This made him the second-highest paid cornerback in the league.
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Posted on 14 January 2013 | 6:08 pm
On Thursday, January 17, NFL legend Everson Walls will share the story behind his book, "A Gift for Ron: Friendship and Sacrifice on and off the Gridiron." Walls spent nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, and in February 2007 the four-time Pro Bowler donated one of his kidneys to former teammate and friend Ron Springs, who was diabetic. The pair went on to start The Gift of Life...[Read More]
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