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49ers will not heavily pursue Javon Walker

Feb 29, 2008 at 11:53 PM


Earlier today, ESPN reported that the 49ers may be interested in recently released wide receiver Javon Walker of the Broncos. Both Matt Maiocco and Matt Barrows state that the 49ers will not aggressively pursue Javon Walker. Barrows states, "Their interest level is best described as 'lukewarm.'"

Barrows also states that the team has "not yet made inquiries about Travis La Boy, whom some teams are looking at as a 3-4 pass-rushing threat."
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