Javon Walker Says He's Ready To Prove...

Javon Walker Says He's Ready To Prove Himself

There are 4 comments on the Cbs4denver.com story from May 10, 2006, titled Javon Walker Says He's Ready To Prove Himself. In it, Cbs4denver.com reports that:

Javon Walker wanted one point known -- that when he is back to 100 percent, he would be "a step faster" than he was before he tore an anterior cruciate ligament.He also said that moment would "most definitely" ...

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Marc in green bay

Oshkosh, WI

#1 May 11, 2006
Sour grapes aside, this guy is not very bright. He had one really good year. The last time I checked however, he wasn't throwing passes to himself...Brett Farve has made a lot of mediocre recievers look good (Robert Ferguson, Antonio Chapman) and some good recievers look great (Donald Driver, Javon Walker). I wish him all the luck, but at the same time we are a glad to be rid of the attitude. Oh by the way, check out his Wonderlic score when he came out of college. That will shed some light on some of his comments.
Marc in green bay

Oshkosh, WI

#2 May 11, 2006
Brett FAVRE - sorry slip of the keys!!!
Bronco lost in Kansas

Lawrence, KS

#3 May 12, 2006
Interesting notion; I have to disagree. QBs, good or bad, look bad with bad receivers. It's always been receivers that made QBs look good.(MIN/MIA) Daunte Culpepper for example: Not so hot without Moss.(WASH) Mark Brunell: hot with Moss. I hold Brett's ability in very high regard, so don't get me wrong, but without a good receiving core not even he can look good.
Trent Green, for example, is a good QB but with sub par talent at receiver he is passed off as mediocre. I mean, if Eddie Kennison is your star receiver you've obviously got problems. This past year is the proof that average receivers make QBs look, well, average...
I'm looking forward to having Walker running routes, in what looks like, Ashley's old spot as well as seeing what David Terell can do under Shanahan's tutelage and one QB vs. the numerous ones he had in Chicago.
If I'm not mistaken, Chad Johnson isn't too bright either. Would you want him catching passes for your team?
pacificBronco

Fremont, CA

#4 May 12, 2006
I don't recall any of the "Great" receivers..ie Jerry Rice, having to
be "very bright" to study passing routes and defensive sets, catch a
football and gain yards after the catch....BTW, I hope by gettin rid
of that "attitude" problem Farve and Green Bay will have a better record this season....NOT!!

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