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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    Sounds like he's moving in with his parents!
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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    "VKG4LFE" wrote:
    This is going to be very interesting. I bet you anything Walker will end up a packer when the season is started. Is Favre coming back for sure?

    Yes he is check out espn.com they have a video clip about it.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move

    "VKG4LFE" wrote:
    This is going to be very interesting. I bet you anything Walker will end up a packer when the season is started. Is Favre coming back for sure?
    lol what ya smokin there? Walker said he'd retire before he suits up in a Packer uni again.

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    [quote]"VKG4LFE" wrote:
    This is going to be very interesting. I bet you anything Walker will end up a packer when the season is started. Is Favre coming back for sure?

    Yes he is check out espn.com they have a video clip about it.[/quote

    dude it said he is waiting to see if the packers are active in fa b4 signing no new news and it said nothing about him coming back yet trust me when he announces it you will know

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    I wouldn't mind him, but I really hope that TWill gets enough playing time so he can reach his potential.

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    Now is the NFL like MLB? I know if Alfoso Soriano decided to sit out this season, then he wouldn't be eligible for free agency next season. I believe that Walker has 1 year left on his contract, so if he were to sit out this season, would he be able to move on next season?

    If he is able to, then I agree that he will sit out nxt season. He is better off to not play, and rehab his torn acl for this year and guarantee it to be 100%. Hey, if I was unhappy with the team I was on, and tore my acl, I wouldn't want to come back and risk permanent injury for a team that I didn't want to play for. Good for him, I am always happy when a player refuses to play for the Packers.

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    Tell you the truth I wouldn't mind javon playing for us

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    I only don't like players when they're wearing another jersey..

    For example.. 7 years ago maybe, I would have taken Favre if the chance came up... (today i wouldnt, he's old)

    I'll take good players, no matter what team they come from..

    Come on Walker!...

    I'ld love to give TWILL playing time too, but if we've got better, lets play the best we've got.
    i m better than you, so just give up...

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    Walker needs to be active for six games this season for it to count as an accruable year for him in the NFL. If he fulfills that requirement, he will become an unrestricted free agent after the season. However, if the Slackers want to mess with him they could franchise him after the year is over to keep him from playing the market.

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    Re: Packers | J. Walker selling his house; preparing to move on

    "Vikadelic" wrote:
    Walker needs to be active for six games this season for it to count as an accruable year for him in the NFL. If he fulfills that requirement, he will become an unrestricted free agent after the season. However, if the Slackers want to mess with him they could franchise him after the year is over to keep him from playing the market.
    But then wouldn't they have to take cap hits etc. and not get anything for him by doing that??

    Why wouldn't they trade him for someone that they can use???

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