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  1. #16
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    We all know Reggie can play. He proved it in college. He's had problems in J Ville since he got there. He DOES need a change of scenery. A fresh start. Probably not in Denver though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deer_dance9 View Post
    Aug 16 Williams "might not survive" the final training camp cuts, and has looked "moping" and "disinterested" in practices, according to the Florida Times-Union.

    Recommendation: Williams has also had trouble learning new offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter's system, and we wouldn't be shocked if he was cut at the end of camp. Do not draft him for your fantasy squads.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/6768/news

    this would be a great pick up if denver can sign him.
    Yeah, just like Gerard Warren needed a change of scenery as well, right?

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    Or wait, what about that guy, David Terrell, after all, he was a Top 10 pick with the Bears, wasn't he, we could sign him to....er, wait, haven't we signed him already?

    Remind me again, how is that one working out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindField View Post
    Or wait, what about that guy, David Terrell, after all, he was a Top 10 pick with the Bears, wasn't he, we could sign him to....er, wait, haven't we signed him already?

    Remind me again, how is that one working out?

    Why kick the Reggie Williams tires when they already have Marquay McDaniel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stnzed View Post
    Why kick the Reggie Williams tires when they already have Marquay McDaniel?
    Exactly...hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindField View Post
    Yeah, just like Gerard Warren needed a change of scenery as well, right?
    Well, if you want to limit the scenery-changing to the WR position, you could look at a recent case like Donte Stallworth. At least that's the closest comparison I could think of off the top of my head--both malcontents, both had worn out their welcome on their first teams, both had shown flashes.

    You don't have to look long and hard to find additional examples of other wideouts who have gone on to succeed after causing a stink on their previous team.

    Williams is only 24 years old and was downright dominant at times last year (against Dallas and Washington, for instance). I doubt he gets axed because JAX wideout situation is no better than ours, but he'd be a great add if available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WABronco View Post
    Well, if you want to limit the scenery-changing to the WR position, you could look at a recent case like Donte Stallworth. At least that's the closest comparison I could think of off the top of my head--both malcontents, both had worn out their welcome on their first teams, both had shown flashes.

    You don't have to look long and hard to find additional examples of other wideouts who have gone on to succeed after causing a stink on their previous team.

    Williams is only 24 years old and was downright dominant at times last year (against Dallas and Washington, for instance). I doubt he gets axed because JAX wideout situation is no better than ours, but he'd be a great add if available.

    Naaa....to me he is going to be in the same class as David Terrell and David Boston and the rest of the high picks that didn't cut it.

    Pass....I would rather spend the time developing Marshall, Brian Clark and Domenik Hixon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindField View Post
    Naaa....to me he is going to be in the same class as David Terrell and David Boston and the rest of the high picks that didn't cut it.

    Pass....I would rather spend the time developing Marshall, Brian Clark and Domenik Hixon.

    Who's going to develope them?

    The same coaching staff that couldn't develope Lelie, Watts, Cole, Madise, Haygood, Kasper, McGriff................NASH?

    The Broncos go through WR's almost as fast as they go through DL.

    The point is they don't have any better luck with the WR's they draft than they would with other teams busts......
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    If I can remember correctly Williams was one of the four players we were targeting in the 04 draft. It was Reggie Williams, Tommie Harris, Michael Clayton, and D.J. Williams. If Williams does get cut, I think Shanny might just a take a look. But i dont know how well he would fit in our plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.J.55 View Post
    If I can remember correctly Williams was one of the four players we were targeting in the 04 draft. It was Reggie Williams, Tommie Harris, Michael Clayton, and D.J. Williams. If Williams does get cut, I think Shanny might just a take a look. But i dont know how well he would fit in our plans.
    right between stokley and hixon
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    Quote Originally Posted by WABronco View Post
    Well, if you want to limit the scenery-changing to the WR position, you could look at a recent case like Donte Stallworth. At least that's the closest comparison I could think of off the top of my head--both malcontents, both had worn out their welcome on their first teams, both had shown flashes.

    You don't have to look long and hard to find additional examples of other wideouts who have gone on to succeed after causing a stink on their previous team.

    Williams is only 24 years old and was downright dominant at times last year (against Dallas and Washington, for instance). I doubt he gets axed because JAX wideout situation is no better than ours, but he'd be a great add if available.
    I would rather have Stallworth coming from the Saints last year then Reggie Williams anytime of his NFL career, and I'm not just saying that because Dante actually did something with his life last year.......its because we are missing our deep threat, now we got to have Javon be our deep threat, would rather have him as our posession.
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    He was one of the guys we were targeting, so I would not be surprised at all if we were to pick him up, though his stint in J-Ville could have changed Mike's mind on things.

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