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  • broncos4ever
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    Shanahan is all the football conferences when he is asked about Walker says he has to get into "football shape". He had some setbacks with injuries but that does not mean that Jay is going to ignore him.

    Jay said in one his recent press conferences after finding out he would not make the playoffs that he was going to put in extra practice with the two Brandons and Walker so they would be better next year.

    I think if Walker comes back healthy he will be a deep target of Jay's. I remember when Walker was healthy and Jay was looking his way a lot deep. Jay loves to throw the deep ball and that is not Brandon Marshalls forte or Stokely so Walker should be the man on that kind of pass.

    Walker when healthy is lethal and hopefully he will come back healthy, practice with Jay over the summer and show what he has. We need that deep threat and we do not have it at this time. Walker can provide that in my opinon.

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  • ElBroncoHart
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    If Javon stays in Denver next season which personally i think he will, Like others have said when our orig. oline comes together this Offense will improve. Javon is at 100% he is one of the top 10 WR in the league Shanny will not not let him go anywhere. I believe Cutler did not wanna leave Walker out to dry like he has done in the past, he knows J Walk isnt healthy. This Offseason they will get back in the groove.

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  • ndbroncofan07
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    Cutler and walker are a great hook up and with brandon marshall and scheff and stokley if we keep walker we are going to be a dominant offense as long as are oline holds up

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  • Beast#7
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    Originally posted by mojo0730 View Post
    I said that I heard rumblings that Javon wanted out of Denver because he wasn't fully recovered from the incident with Darrent, and that I can imagine due to the incident, there being some friction between the two.

    More clear?
    I highly doubt that there's any friction between them, if anything it probably brought them closer.

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  • mojo0730
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    Originally posted by Beast#7 View Post
    No you said you can imagine there being some animosity. That is your opinion.
    I said that I heard rumblings that Javon wanted out of Denver because he wasn't fully recovered from the incident with Darrent, and that I can imagine due to the incident, there being some friction between the two.

    More clear?

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  • DaChAmPiShErE24
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    I think it has more to do with the new bonds hes got with sheff stokes and marsh. he hasnt even practiced with walker for months untill recently and even now its limited. they just havent been on the same page i really hope he stays marshall walker and stokely as well as sheff would be amazing

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  • Beast#7
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    Originally posted by mojo0730 View Post
    Again, all I've heard is rumblings...
    No you said you can imagine there being some animosity. That is your opinion.

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  • mojo0730
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    Originally posted by Beast#7 View Post
    Animosity between them? No way. They're like good friends, in several locker room interviews with Marshall or Walker you can see them playing around and stuff. You see them high fiving each other in the game.
    Again, all I've heard is rumblings...

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  • Beast#7
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    Originally posted by mojo0730 View Post
    I've heard those rumblings, as well. Javon isn't fully recovered from Darrent's tragic death, and I can imagine there being some animosity between him and Marshall over the incident.

    Also, I'm sure Javon wouldn't want to take a secondary role in the Broncos' passing offense.
    Animosity between them? No way. They're like good friends, in several locker room interviews with Marshall or Walker you can see them playing around and stuff. You see them high fiving each other in the game.

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  • mojo0730
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    Originally posted by silkamilkamonic View Post
    Speculation is Walker wants out of Denver.

    And unfortunately, he isn't the only one.
    I've heard those rumblings, as well. Javon isn't fully recovered from Darrent's tragic death, and I can imagine there being some animosity between him and Marshall over the incident.

    Also, I'm sure Javon wouldn't want to take a secondary role in the Broncos' passing offense.

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  • ChampWJ
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    Javon's health is the #1 reason for his stat dropoff. Cutler doesn't go to him, because he's admittedly playing at 75%. His real weapon is his speed and ability to separate, and without being able to trust his knee, those two things have been negated. He's been in more as a decoy, in my opinion. I hope he will be back, when healthy he's a top 10-15 receiver in this league.

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  • silkamilkamonic
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    Speculation is Walker wants out of Denver.

    And unfortunately, he isn't the only one.

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  • Who'sTheMaster
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    Watching the games it seems cutler usually works his reads on one side of the field. When those reads aren't there he'll pull it down and get creative. If walker is on the side he looks at first, he'll most likely get the ball. When cutler gets more experienced, we'll start to see more balanced distribution.

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  • ROCKIES
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    Cutler is not at a point in his NFL career where he can afford to loose confidence in anyone, nor do I think he has.

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  • mid_evil_thymz
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    Ayone who has every played an organized team sports knows that being on the field or court together is vitally important.

    The fact that Javon started the season so hot lets you know that had he not been relegated to the bench so early in the season that HE not Marshall was going to be the number one guy.

    Brandon and Jay deserve loads of credit for making the adjustments when walker went out. Marshall especially deserves big time salutes for stepping up and becoming THE go to guy in Denver. It is only his second season but he is playing at the same level as the top recievers in the game.
    I don't think that Jay has lost Confidence in Javon at all but not being on the field working together, Javon being a bit hobbled and Brandon's vast improvement makes it tough for Jay to really go to Walker.

    I do think that should Javon once again overcome his ailing knee that he will be back and we could easily have two 100 yrd. receivers in a season Like Eddie Mac and Rod did..

    One thing is for certain regardless of Walkers return or not th eFuture is Bright for Jay and Brandon.. And T. Scheffler for that matter. They are so young and are good already. Give them three more years and they will be devestating the league.

    Here's to Javon coming back strong.

    Go Bronco's

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