• Denver Broncos (2002–2005) • Kansas City Chiefs (2006) • St. Louis Rams (2007) • Baltimore Ravens (2008)* • Calgary Stampeders (2008) • Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2009) • Edmonton Eskimos (2010)
After graduating from Galileo High School at San Francisco in 1997, Walls attended St. Mary's College of California and transferred to the City College of San Francisco then to Boston College. He played in 21 games for the Eagles and recorded 84 tackles, four sacks, nine interceptions and 17 pass breakups. At the City College of San Francisco he won a junior college championship and was a teammate of quarterback Nick Rolovich.
Family and friends mean so much to Lenny. He lost his father at the tender age of five but had a very strong mother in Augustine to support him. He has a twin brother by the name of Kenny who has been there throughout his journey. They even attended the same college at BC where Kenny excelled in basketball. Lenny also has an older sister by the name of Antoinette. Lenny has the tattoo "family business" which means family forever, for always, and no matter what!
Lenny loves tattoos as you can see. He received his first tattoo when he was 17 years old. He is now covered with tattoos that have plenty meaning. The artwork reflects Lenny's family, spirituality, football passion, neighborhood, personal qualities, and upbringing. His favorite tattoo appears on his back where it is completely covered with a picture of his late father and the San Francisco bay. The quote beneath reads "That which doesn't kill me can only make me stronger".
Lenny has a true passion for inspiring the youth. He and his wife Yvonne Walls, are genuinely concerned about helping the kids and routinely work together in doing just that. They support other charitable organizations when time permits. Their most recent appearance came at the San Antonio Cares mentoring movement. Susan Taylor of ESSENCE magazine praised Lenny and his wife for their commitment and dedication to the community.