Jerry Jones and company are at it again. The Cowboys' front office has expressed interest in the newly released Javon Walker.
Walker, who only played eight games for Denver this past season, has not been his Pro-Bowl self since 2005. The receiver has been injured almost as much as he has been a distraction to his teams.
In spite of these glaring characteristics of the former Pro Bowler's career, Dallas has shown immediate interest in the receiver—even though their corps of Terrell Owens, Patrick Crayton, and Terry Glenn was one of the most deadly receiving corps in the NFL.
Although the Cowboys'are showing a good amount of interest, they claim that they are in no rush to sign Walker. Nonetheless, look for Dallas to make a splash in the coming weeks and add to an already dominant roster.
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