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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyC2
    Condolences from another Chargers fan. This is beyond team rivalry. If there is a positive in the tragedy, it is seeing how real fans react and pull together. Best wishes to the family and friends of Darrent.
    I agree. We are all fans and rivals but these times we pull together because we forget sometimes that the people in those uniforms are human beings. No one ever wants anyone dead. Yes we joke before gametime about how our players will injure other players with big hit and such but not ever dead.

    DW was a good CB. Has alot of talent. It's times like these we forget about football and just look at the bigger picture.

    I know this is somewhat hypocritical, but trust me and all the classy Charger fans here that we'll show them hell in playoffs. And bring pride to the AFC West.

    And, RIP Darrent Williams

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    Thank you again so much to all of you Charger fans and fans of other teams who are coming in to show your class and support on such a shocking and tragic day.
    RIP #27 Darrent Williams
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    wow. what else can be said. I woke up this morning and I hear this. What a way to start the new year. Truely senseless crime. No matter what happens, taking a life is not the answer!
    Williams was a very very very good player, but football comes secondteer what happened. I was really looking forward to watching Williams becoming a big time player. My condolences to everyone that has ever met the man and to everyone that his presence impacted their lives.
    It's funny, I'm watching the 9er-Bronco game on my tivo just to get a glimpse of Darrent. Next year my second favorite team will be the Broncos. I will root for you in all but 2 games next year. And if you go to the superbowl I will cheer for you to win in the memory of your fallen teammate.

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  4. #34
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    Wow i just woke up and saw this posted on another message board i would like to give my condolences to the broncos, the fans and darrent's family. This is the last thing i expected to hear this morning.

  5. #35
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    As a Charger fan I had to register on the Broncos message board so that I could offer my sincerest regrets to the Broncos and their fans. It breaks my heart to see such a young talent gone like that. Football just seems so trivial on a day like today. I'll always remember that smile on Sunday night football during the introductions where he says "Darrent Williams, Oklahoma State." I know how strong the Broncos and their fans are. You guys will come back from all of this.

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    Thanks to all the Charger fans who have stepped up to show respect for Darrent.

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    Condolences.....


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    Feel free to stop by our forums as well. There are alot of Charger fans posting their thoughts in this thread:

    http://forums.chargers.com/showthread.php?t=38152

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    I want to offer my thoughts and prayers, and let all the Bronco fans know that as fans, we are all united by our love for the game and its players. A tragedy like this hits everyone hard, regardless of which team we root for. It really shows what's important. To see such a great young talent taken so early is truly a shame. I didn't know much about Williams as a person, but from what everyone has said, it sounds like he was a fine young man too. Even more of a shame.

    Charger fans went through similar sick feelings with the news of Steve Foley being shot earlier this year, but of course, his injuries were not life threatening. I can only imagine how tough this is on the Bronco players, coaches, and fans...and obviously, Williams' family.

    Here's wishing that something positive comes from this senseless tragedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIP_Williams
    I really feel for you all.. I seriously could not handle a Charger player being lost in such unfortunate circumstances... RIP Williams, never thought I'd say this, but it's a shame I won't be seeing you intercepting any Philip River passes in the future. You were a great player!

    RIP Buddy, my thoughts are with your family, and supporters....
    Thanks for the kind words, I dont know how long its going to take for the pain to go away, but thank you for the words.
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    I just heard the news.

    My condolences to the Williams family and the entire Bronco organization.

    Such a waste and pointless act.

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    I would like to offer my condolences. It's a shame that a young, promising athlete had to lose his life. I hope those f*ckers will get caught and punished.

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    As a longtime Charger fan let me first express how much I love lurking in your forum. I spend a lot of time reading what you guys have to say. I respect your knowledge and passion for the Broncos.

    What happened to Darrent is extremely sad. I feel for his family and everyone close to him. I always thought he was a great kid, and had a lot of potential. It felt good to come here and read all the positive threads about him. Darrent didnt deserve this, especially after how hard he worked to change his life.

    Take Care Bronco Fans

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    My sympathies to the Williams family, the Bronco oganization , and Bronco fans.
    A truly senseless act was committed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean
    As a Bronco fan since the sixties, I appreciate the touch of class that you exhibited. It is so difficult to understand this senseless act and yet I know that it goes on everyday. What shame that a young and promising life was wasted!
    Has anyone else heard the extent of injuries to the other two people that were admitted to the hospital? Their wounds may be lesser but they also went through this act of random violence. Also, was Javon Walker in the vehicle at the time of the shooting?
    RIP Cameron

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