To some, it has to be the dream job. You get paid to play football, and make millions of dollars a week. The only catch is, your job primarily consists of beingáa cheerleader on the sideline or during the weekly practice, imitating the opposing teams' star wideout. Welcome to the world of Javon Walker, wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders. Javon started out his career in good function, with the Green Bay Packers. A first-round draft pick, he put in four seasons of being a target for Brett Favre. In 2004, he was named to the Pro Bowl, after amassing over 1,000 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns. His next season would be a disaster, as he was injured in his first week, missing the rest of the year. On to Denver, he would recover to gain 1084 yards with eight touchdowns but his last year in ...
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