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February 29, 2008

Going after Javon Walker?

Javon The Denver Broncos have released wide receiver Javon Walker. Could his next stop be Dallas? The speculation is that the Cowboys are interested in Walker, who has had more trade requests than Pro Bowls. He has also had trouble with a lingering knee injury.

But when did a little character issue ever keep Cowboys owner Jerry Jones from going after a player he wanted? How about a combination of Terrell Owens and Javon Walker? The now ex-Bronco also has a past with Cowboys receivers coach Ray Sherman from their days in Green Bay. Stay tuned.

_ Rick Herrin

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Just what we need - a broken down receiver with an attitude problem who will cost us cap money we don't have! If we're into receivers who need surgery, why not hang onto Terry Glenn? He's faster than Walker and w/o the 'tude!

IF DALLAS IS TO PERSUE JEVON WALKER, HOW WILL DALLAS FIT HIM UNDER THE CAP WITH DALLAS ROUGHLY AROUND 3 MILLION UNDER, I HAVEN'T READ WHERE DALLAS HAS SET UP A VISIT WITH HIM YET?

When did character issues ever stop Jerry Jones?

Remember a guy named Randy Moss?
And Jerry has been severly criticized
for it ever since, even though half the
league's teams passed on him also.

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