After a season that saw them play well below where they wanted, wide out Javon Walker has proclaimed that he wants no longer to be a part of the Broncos. The Denver Post is reporting that Walker dropped the bombshell this morning, stating “It’s not for Javon,” Walker said. “It’s not for me.” Walker missed seven games this past season with a knee injury, and when he was out, second-year player Brandon Marshall came to life, catching 102 passes and becoming a star in the Broncos system with QB Jay Cutler.
This is not the first time that Walker has cried his way off of a team. He did the same thing with the Green Bay Packers, and eventually it led the Pack to trading him to the Broncos for a second round draft choice in April of 2006. Of course now with the Packers on the verge of being one of the best teams in the NFC, Walker even suggested a return back to Lambeau with the cheeseheads. Sounds like a guy that can’t make his mind up. If the Broncos do shop him around, they likely would find a few teams that would be interested, but wouldn’t be able to get more than a 4th round pick for damaged goods Walker.
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