He says it’s his first and only statement on teammate Darrent Williams’ shooting death New Year’s Day. Broncos receiver Javon Walker spoke on HBO’s “Real Sports” last night. He and Williams were in a limo after a brief argument with suspected gang members at a Denver nightclub. As they reached Eleventh and Lincoln, someone opened fire and Williams fell over onto Walker. Walker says he’ll never wash the shirt and pants he wore that night, because, “What’s left of him is on my clothes.” Police have never identified a suspect in the killing. Walker says he was too emotional to attend Williams’ funeral in Dallas, and thought at the time he’d never even come back to Denver. Now, he says, Bronco teammates can be sure he’ll do his best on the field. The Broncos go back to Dallas today, for two practices and a preseason game on Saturday.
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