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  1. #1
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    Reggie Williams?

    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.
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    Perhaps a change of scenery is all he needs.

    How about another Packer wideout? Robert Ferguson is on the outs in Green Bay. If he could ever get healthy, he's got a load of talent. Plus, we need another Aggie (my alma mater) after losing Holdman to injury.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200....ap/index.html
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    i confused reggie williams with reggie wayne, wouldn´t mind having reggie wayne on the broncos squad

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    I would take a gamble on Williams. Hes got the physical presence and hands to be great and having Williams, Javon and Marshall all lining up would give us the most physical WR corps in the league.

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    No he would not be a good pick up. If the guy has had problems picking up a new offense with his old team even though he has seen for about the last six months how is world will he pick up enough of Shanahan's offense to even contribute? He wouldn't be able too. David Terrell was brought in two years ago was brought on the squad about month or less into the season and he didn't see the field even once.
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    Reggie Williams is aweful, complete bust. I live in jax and have to hear 3 years worth of excuses as to why he hasnt panned out. I would rather sign Darius Watts then Reggie Williams....and I dont want Darius Watts on our team either...Brandon Marshall will do good this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbt31 View Post
    Reggie Williams is aweful, complete bust. I live in jax and have to hear 3 years worth of excuses as to why he hasnt panned out. I would rather sign Darius Watts then Reggie Williams....and I dont want Darius Watts on our team either...Brandon Marshall will do good this year.
    I thought he had shown improvement last season?

    Anyway, this is not the time to bring in a wide receiver. Whether or not he's a bust (I'm not arguing with you on that) it's to late to bring him in. Besides that if he's having a hard time grasping a new offensive system that he's been around for last several months how is going to grasp Shanahan's offense?
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    Sure Shanahan's offense is complicated but we have a great veteran group to help him learn it. Rod Smith anyone? He could be a tremendous help to Williams in learning how things are done and I'm sure he could learn a lot from Javon too. Who did he have in Jacksonville to guide him? Matt Jones the quarterback/WR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxbronco13 View Post
    Sure Shanahan's offense is complicated but we have a great veteran group to help him learn it. Rod Smith anyone? He could be a tremendous help to Williams in learning how things are done and I'm sure he could learn a lot from Javon too. Who did he have in Jacksonville to guide him? Matt Jones the quarterback/WR?
    Try Jimmy Smith (first 2 seasons).


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    I just can't figure him out

    Physically, Williams is a prototype specimen. Big, strong, good speed (not a 'burner" but more than adequate). Mentally however, he's a mess. Imagine Ricky Williams (yes, that one) when he played in New Orleans. Reggie is an introvert, non-team oriented guy who seems to have no confidence in anything...not his coaches, not his teammates, not even himself. He's a loner and I've seen many articles in the local paper about minor run-ins with the law (speeding, DUI, etc) and how he seems to lack focus.

    It's kind of like he's just going through the motions in life and on the field and not really trying to do anything well. I don't know if a change of scenery is the answer for him or not, but it's a shame to see him wasting his physical talents. He'd easily be the best WR on the team if only he'd show a little "give a damn".

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    ^^Seconded.

    He was a stud at Washington. Like best-in-the-nation good.

    I don't know, I wouldn't mind taking a shot on him. I'm probably a little biased, but I'd much rather go for Williams than a true re-tread like Robert Ferguson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WABronco View Post
    ^^Seconded.

    He was a stud at Washington. Like best-in-the-nation good.

    I don't know, I wouldn't mind taking a shot on him. I'm probably a little biased, but I'd much rather go for Williams than a true re-tread like Robert Ferguson.

    You can take a chance on Reggie Williams' potential or keep Brian Clark and know for sure you're not getting anything!

    I'd rather take a chance on potential.

    But that's not how Shanahan does things....He'd just as soon keep a neverwillbe in the hopes that he has The Next Rod Smith.

    Shanahan can pass on a WR in the 2nd round, look you in the eye and tell you it's because "there wasn't any we think could make our team". Yet players like Clark would have a hard time making the Jags practice squad.

    He's not The Next Rod Smith, btw....

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    If we could get him in here and it be very cost friendly, then there's no real reason not to. As stated, he has all the physical talents, maybe being on a possible SB contending team would motivate him to play hard. Maybe he's totally disgusted by the Jags, or any various component of that franchise, but just isn't the type to lash out ie, T.O./Randy Moss. In that case a change of scenery would do him wonders. He's young, and all the way talented, imagine him in a 5 WR set with JaVon, Marsh, Rod and Stokely. That's an imposing group of wides right there. Who could cover them all?? I say bring him in
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxbronco13 View Post
    Sure Shanahan's offense is complicated but we have a great veteran group to help him learn it. Rod Smith anyone? He could be a tremendous help to Williams in learning how things are done and I'm sure he could learn a lot from Javon too. Who did he have in Jacksonville to guide him? Matt Jones the quarterback/WR?
    Having Rod Smith didn't help David Terrell.
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    He is a head case

    I also live in Jacksonville.

    He is a practice all pro....including making a 10 yard catch and taking his helmet off to celebrate. He is not very fast, still can't seem to seperate from the DB's (and linebackers when he's in the slot), and is not motivated.

    This guy is being beaten out by a 7th rounder who weighs like a buck fifty and a FA rookie.

    Why, because he is no good and doesn't have the marbles upstairs. If the Broncos picked him up, they would have just thrown $$ in the trash.
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