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Javon Walker Got F***** Up in Vegas

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by nelanator, Jun 16, 2008.

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    http://www.kirotv.com/sports/16624839/detail.html

    NFL wide receiver Javon Walker was found unconscious on East Flamingo Road and Koval Lane Monday morning, Las Vegas police said.

    The Oakland Raiders player was taken to Sunrise Medical Center's Trauma unit, where he was listed in fair condition late Monday afternoon, hospital officials told Las Vegas station KVVU.

    Police said Walker suffered an orbital fracture; They are unsure how the receiver sustained his injuries.

    According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Walker was seen Saturday night at Tryst at the Wynn spraying the crowd with some of the 15 bottles of Dom Perignon Rose champagne he ordered.

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    not cool to see someone get messed up like that. but that doesn't make the old adage any less true; turds float to the top. glad the Packers were smart enough to cut this turd before it got too late. *flush*
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    i will be real interested to hear the story on this one.
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    Wow..........he just keeps getting more and more strange.
    T.O. without as much talent.

    I think he forgot to take his brain with him when he left GB.
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    I feel bad for Javon and hope he recovers quickly.

    However, before Darrent Williams was shot, Walker was out spraying champagne on people. If he wants to go out again until 6 AM and spray more bottles of champagne on people, he needs to hire some security.

    Seriously, WTF?
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    Jesus Christ, what is wrong with this guy? I bet "that team" (Broncos, formerly the Packers) is glad they got rid of him and is now Oakland's problem.

    You'd think after partying hard and having a teammate die in his arms the other year, he would stay away from that kind of thing, but apparently not.

    Orbital fractures are nasty. What an idiot.

    EDIT - MORE NEWS - EDIT

    Reports said Walker was at a nightclub called Tryst and had ordered 15 bottles of Dom Perignon and was spraying the crowd earlier in the night. Reports also said he was seen at another club ordering champagne at 6:30 a.m. Monday.


    Yeah, what did he expect to happen? I'm all for enjoying the night life, but when you're a pro athlete\celeb, you have a target on your back. You have to do it smart, or not at all.
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    I remember when I read about him being friends\training with T.O. and I was hoping he wouldn't be as bad as T.O.

    He's worse.

    And without the talent(well, he's not at T.O.'s level anyway, or Drivers...or Jennings. Consistency and Health, Javon)

    Even TO performs at a high level despite his asshatery.

    Good pics, Johnny.
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    OK I found the thread. In the NFL Forum.

    I still think this is sad. Regardless of the Dom spraying, and the so called $15,000.00 first round story in the L.V.R.

    I want to find out the facts, before I judge him in this case. The guy has a smashed eye socket which he did not deserve if it was indeed a mugging.

    He could have lost sight in one I as I type this? Which will end his career in the NFL.

    As I stated in the Packer Forum before finding this thread. He should have stayed in Green Bay, Not listened to his Manager/Agent and continued to get the love he was getting before he became bitter and went to Denver.

    I wish him well and that the injuries are not serious. Vegas can be dangerous, not just for a guy spraying Dom, but for a regular guy walking back to his Hotel off the strip.
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    Well said RP.

    I can't help but wonder if the tragic death of Darrent Williams has really impacted J-Walk more than anyone of us is willing to admit.

    It isn't as if Javon was causing problems in Denver, but things have taken a worse for J-Walk ever since that incident in the Denver night club.

    I hope he does get his act together soon, he seemed to be a great person while in GB, and I don't think people change that drastically in such a short amount of time.
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    I disagree.

    Bad things happen to him when he goes out and parties like a rockstar.

    Lesson: Don't party like a rockstar, Javon.

    This has nothing to do with Darrent Williams. This has everything to do with Javon being irresponsible and well...dumb.

    It's ok though, I'm sure he'll be in the news next offseason for something similar, and we can say it was because of this incident, which was because of the darrent incident,etc.
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    The Javon Walker stories makes for good material for Playmakers. If only they were still running.
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    I agree with you Trom. (NOW I'm agreeing with Trom!?!? My......how the mighty have fallen!!!)J/K!!! :lol:
    You think that seeing a friend get killed would be a wake up call for Walker. So what does he do? Goes out and gets the "spotlight" put on him by spraying a crowd with expensive champaign. Could he maybe have been beatdown because he got some big mean guys with $2000 suits on wet with the stuff? Thats what popped into my mind first. Of course robbing a guy thats wasting big money spraying away champaign could be too.
    I feel sorry for him........but he shouldn't put himself in that situation. Again, you'd think that seeing his friend die in his arms would wake this kid up. But i guess it didn't.
    If he would have shut up and stayed here, i bet he never would have had this kind of stuff happen to him. But who knows.
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    those pictures show me all the facts i need to know. This kid had talent, a talent that some people even in the NFL wish they had. He has squandered every good opportunity he has gotten and now he is nobody who thinks hes somebody. I could care less if he gets his orbital socket busted every day for the next 30 years. and if he can't ever play football again... GOOD so be it. he has had multiple chances in this life... and i dont care how good he thinks he is, you only get so many chances.

    Javon Walker got his *** beat and deserved it. Darrent Williams, Pacman... any half *** retarded NFL player should know better than to be ordering champagne at 6 in the morning in Vegas. Without security or taking better precautions at the very least.

    Greg Jennings didn't get his eye busted open this weekend. Because Greg Jennings isn't a complete moron. TO didn't get his face busted open this weekend... because even TO isn't this stupid.

    Like Trom said... Im all for a serious throwdown in Sin City... but Javon Walker deserves everything hes gotten.

    Just go ahead and get it over with... someone get Jerry Jones on the line...because thats where hes gonna end up.
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    I like our receivers.
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    Jennings: Walker's plight a 'wake-up call'

    June 17, 2008 4:00 PM

    Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert

    Wide receiver Javon Walker hasn't been on Green Bay's roster since 2005, but his plight certainly was a topic of conversation Tuesday in the Packers' locker room.

    "It's a wake-up call," receiver Greg Jennings said. "I think it makes you realize that even though you are an NFL athlete, it doesn't exempt you from issues that may occur. That puts the spotlight on you even more. You have to be careful who you associate yourself with. ... It's an unfortunate situation. It happens, and when it hits close to home like it has here, then it makes you open your eyes a little bit more."

    Walker spent four seasons with the Packers and enjoyed a career year in 2004, catching 89 passes for 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns. Only a handful of Walker's former teammates remain on Green Bay's revamped roster, and most of them chose their words carefully Tuesday.

    Veteran receiver Donald Driver declined comment and defensive end Aaron Kampman said: "I hope he's OK, but I really don't know anything about it."
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    Walker was abducted!! LOL


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    Sounds like a cover story for a gent that got taken by a hooker and her pimp.. why spend the money just on the Dom.. choose better Javon.
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    That story is such bullshit. I would bet cash money he's lying. This guy is a real piece of work.
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    Yup I agree, he got drunk....passed out on the street, and someone robbed him
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    I agree with Pack93.

    dumbass got drunk, picked up a hooker, Pimp follows, beats the piss out of him, leaves him in the street.

    develops detailed plot to disguise his embarrasing screwup .

    Javon, go buy a house in Oakland and never leave it.
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    I have always heard you don't want to stray to far off the strip. Which is why I never have. But, when you are flashing large amounts of cash, and spending money like a complete idiot, well what do you expect?
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    That quote might be fiction, why would he first talk to some obscure website?

    If he said it, I bet he's lying. If it's true then the hotel will have videotape, and probably there are witnesses.

    Why would he open the door?

    Why would you transport his unconscious body through the Bellagio if you've already had the opportunity to steal $100,000 of his jewelry and $3000 cash?
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    After telling this to the police, he said , (in his best Donnie Baker voice) "This is a true story; I swear to god it is."

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