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BMarsh615
10-16-2012, 12:33 PM
Williams was suspended from the Broncos’ first six games for violating the league’s performance-enhancement policy. His next three-game suspension was the result of an alcohol conviction which falls under the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

The league’s substance-abuse program wants its players interacting with the team. Williams is at the team’s facility now working out. He can have interaction with his coaches and players.

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/2012/10/16/dj-williams/16279/

Awesome news. Was worried that he was gonna be in the dog house a bit when he came back and wouldn't be able to get on the field once his suspension was over. At least now he can go to meetings and watch practice.

menonite
10-16-2012, 12:38 PM
Was worried that he was gonna be in the dog house


He will be. Those non-human urine samples don't just collect themselves you know. It's hard enough just housebreaking a dog; DJ must be the ****ing Dog Whisperer to get one to pee in a cup.

broncocalijohn
10-16-2012, 12:42 PM
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 13th: Zero
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 17th: 4 (1 per exit)

Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 13th: Zero
Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 17th: Six

Karenin
10-16-2012, 12:47 PM
Sweet, now we can get back to anxiously waiting to find out what the next idiotic thing he's gonna do to get suspended.

DarkHorse30
10-16-2012, 12:51 PM
who cares? Only Klis. DJ doesn't even care - he's the ARod of Denver.

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 12:52 PM
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 13th: Zero
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 17th: 4 (1 per exit)

Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 13th: Zero
Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 17th: Six

DJ did not use animal piss on his drug test.

The reason his drug test came up with non human drug tes is because it was synthetic urine in order topas the test.

You can buy some for yourself.

http://best4drugtest.com/_synthetic-urine.html#1

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 12:53 PM
I'm anxious to have DJ back. I hope this has been a wake up call. You always want the best for people and I hope he takes advantage of the second chance, if the Broncos give him one, and he can turn his life around.

Some people love to see people fail. I love to see people succeed. Hopefully, DJ will ge this **** together and solidiy the LBing corps!!!

broncocalijohn
10-16-2012, 12:55 PM
DJ did not use animal piss on his drug test.

The reason his drug test came up with non human drug tes is because it was synthetic urine in order topas the test.

You can buy some for yourself.

http://best4drugtest.com/_synthetic-urine.html#1

Wel, in that case, he is an upright, outstanding player/citizen. If you can buy it on the internets, it mus tbe ok. My post still stands. Why would you even respond and tell us it wasn't animal piss but fake piss? Does it matter?

Garcia Bronco
10-16-2012, 12:57 PM
I'm anxious to have DJ back. I hope this has been a wake up call. You always want the best for people and I hope he takes advantage of the second chance, if the Broncos give him one, and he can turn his life around.

Some people love to see people fail. I love to see people succeed. Hopefully, DJ will ge this **** together and solidiy the LBing corps!!!

Thirsd chance...but who's counting. He should be in jail.

ZONA
10-16-2012, 12:58 PM
DJ did not use animal piss on his drug test.

The reason his drug test came up with non human drug tes is because it was synthetic urine in order topas the test.

You can buy some for yourself.

http://best4drugtest.com/_synthetic-urine.html#1

Thank you for making that clear - amazing how many idiots just jump to conclusions that non-human automatically means animal. Cmon people, don't act like hick fans from KC. You have brains, use them.

Here's to hoping DJ is not too far off with the playbook and I'm sure he will be much better at MLB then what we've seen from anybody else to this point. Please don't move him to Woodyard's spot. Woodyard is playing pretty decent right now, makes sense not to screw that up. DJ needs to play MLB, period.

Garcia Bronco
10-16-2012, 01:00 PM
Wel, in that case, he is an upright, outstanding player/citizen. If you can by it on the internets, it mus tbe ok. My post still stands. Why would you even respond and tell us it wasn't animal piss but fake piss? Does it matter?

Kinda...one implies that he was following is dog around with a bag. The other means he's a savy internet shopper.

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 01:01 PM
Wel, in that case, he is an upright, outstanding player/citizen. If you can by it on the internets, it mus tbe ok. My post still stands. Why would you even respond and tell us it wasn't animal piss but fake piss? Does it matter?

I did not say it was ok. But your animal piss jokes were tiresome and ill-informed.

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 01:01 PM
Kinda...one implies that he was following is dog around with a bag. The other means he's a savy internet shopper.

LMAO!!!

bombay
10-16-2012, 01:02 PM
It'll be great to have him back on the field.

broncocalijohn
10-16-2012, 01:03 PM
I did not say it was ok. But your animal piss jokes were tiresome and ill-informed.

"Come on man! DJ isnt cheating with animal piss! He is cheating with synthetic human piss! If you are going to criticize a guy then don't make him sound like he cheats with animal piss! That is slander!"

Seems you have had your SoCal DJ kool-aid for the day.

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 01:16 PM
"Come on man! DJ isnt cheating with animal piss! He is cheating with synthetic human piss! If you are going to criticize a guy then don't make him sound like he cheats with animal piss! That is slander!"

Seems you have had your SoCal DJ kool-aid for the day.

I was just trying to educate you that he was not using animal piss because I think you really thought he was.

I did drink my Broncos' kool-aid this morning though!!

ludo21
10-16-2012, 01:32 PM
lol at people hating at DJ... the guy is our best LB outside of the pass rushing beast Von Miller.

We NEED him if we want to make an impact in the playoffs this year. Get off your high horses and be ready for the guy to be available week 10 or 11, because he will be back on the field helping our team in our major NEED at LB.

menonite
10-16-2012, 01:34 PM
Get off your high horses


My horse isn't high! And he's willing to take a drug test to prove it...just as soon as he can get his hooves on some clean human urine.

broncocalijohn
10-16-2012, 01:39 PM
lol at people hating at DJ... the guy is our best LB outside of the pass rushing beast Von Miller.

We NEED him if we want to make an impact in the playoffs this year. Get off your high horses and be ready for the guy to be available week 10 or 11, because he will be back on the field helping our team in our major NEED at LB.

Just because he is better than most at our LB crew doesnt make him a good player or person. He is above average. I just hope the drugs he was on wasn't performance enhancement or we are screwed. This has nothing to do with "high horses". He is an ass. Will he help us get to the playoffs? Probably with what we currently have but he isn't a team player obviously.

FrankieTwoThumbs
10-16-2012, 01:43 PM
lol at people hating at DJ... the guy is our best LB outside of the pass rushing beast Von Miller.

We NEED him if we want to make an impact in the playoffs this year. Get off your high horses and be ready for the guy to be available week 10 or 11, because he will be back on the field helping our team in our major NEED at LB.

Why not hate on DJ? It is completely his fault he hasn't played at all so far this year. I dislike character related lack of production more then I do talent related lack of production.

SoCalBronco
10-16-2012, 01:46 PM
Sweet

Bacchus
10-16-2012, 01:56 PM
Just because he is better than most at our LB crew doesnt make him a good player or person. He is above average. I just hope the drugs he was on wasn't performance enhancement or we are screwed. This has nothing to do with "high horses". He is an ass. Will he help us get to the playoffs? Probably with what we currently have but he isn't a team player obviously.

I understand how you feel, but instead of hating lets hope that he turns his life around because of this and dedicates himself to the team.

I know DJ has been a disappointment since his rookie season but he did play very well last year.

:kiss:Open your heart and feel the love!!!

DENVERDUI55
10-16-2012, 02:28 PM
DJ bringing Natty light to dove valley for the players to enjoy during the bye week. When I asked who is going to drive home DJ stood up and said, "I'm good!"

Lestat
10-16-2012, 02:39 PM
that mother better get his ass back on the field and he better play like his life depends on it.
mother sucker better own when he gets back. our LB play is horrible but i think it's more of a byproduct of not having a really good QB on the D.

Kaylore
10-16-2012, 02:43 PM
I would leave Mays on the sideline and keep Brooking starting. I would also replace Woodyard with DJ if in these three 3 weeks of practice DJ shows better.

barryr
10-16-2012, 02:45 PM
Yes, the Broncos need Williams badly. The need for a LB to make tackles 10 yards down field is key :~ohyah!:

broncs2bowl
10-16-2012, 03:49 PM
It would be nice to have Woodyard, Brooking, DJ and Miller all on the field at the same time as a starting unit with Miller switching around near the line

cutthemdown
10-16-2012, 03:52 PM
Wel, in that case, he is an upright, outstanding player/citizen. If you can buy it on the internets, it mus tbe ok. My post still stands. Why would you even respond and tell us it wasn't animal piss but fake piss? Does it matter?

Yeah because monkey urine would be way funnier.

menonite
10-16-2012, 03:59 PM
Yeah because monkey urine would be way funnier.

No wonder he got busted:

http://i.imgur.com/7LIS2.jpg

yerner
10-16-2012, 05:11 PM
I think DJ would be a huge addition. If nothing else, dude brings the party.

Popps
10-16-2012, 05:12 PM
The Facility?

New strip club?

nyuk nyuk
10-16-2012, 05:15 PM
Make sure to stock the non-human urine and Get Out of Jail Free cards on the sidelines and we'll be good to go.

BroncoFanDoug
10-16-2012, 05:25 PM
I think DJ is as much as a douche as anyone, and I really hope we get him back in shape for the playoffs. Put him in the middle for Mays. Stop a couple of tight-ends.

Watching the SD game, it is so apparent that the weakest link by far on our team is our linebackers. We have some very interesting young talent, but if we really want to win the SB, we are gonna need DJ.

cutthemdown
10-16-2012, 09:27 PM
No wonder he got busted:

http://i.imgur.com/7LIS2.jpg

CLASSIC. Thanks man I was cracking up at this. Finding a urine sample without weed in it is tougher then finding weed, that is for sure.

Beantown Bronco
10-17-2012, 06:20 AM
Why the hell would any of these guys have to resort to buying synthetic piss? Don't they have a "clean" friend they could trust instead?

Dr. Broncenstein
10-17-2012, 06:40 AM
At least he didn't test positive for being pregnant.

TheReverend
10-17-2012, 06:50 AM
Why the hell would any of these guys have to resort to buying synthetic piss? Don't they have a "clean" friend they could trust instead?

Especially when Tuten was so clearly in on cheating the system too.

sgbfan
10-17-2012, 07:10 AM
Yes, the Broncos need Williams badly. The need for a LB to make tackles 10 yards down field is key :~ohyah!:

10 yards down the field would be great with all the 3rd and long plays the other teams have converted this year.

broncocalijohn
10-17-2012, 09:16 AM
Why the hell would any of these guys have to resort to buying synthetic piss? Don't they have a "clean" friend they could trust instead?

Ah, DJ Williams is from University of Miami. You do the math.

maven
10-17-2012, 12:09 PM
Why the hell would any of these guys have to resort to buying synthetic piss? Don't they have a "clean" friend they could trust instead?

Think about it. If you are presented with a piss cup out of nowhere how are you going to use another persons piss?

Ah, DJ Williams is from University of Miami. You do the math.

What does UM have to do with this? You really are a dumbass.

broncocalijohn
10-17-2012, 12:41 PM
Think about it. If you are presented with a piss cup out of nowhere how are you going to use another persons piss?



What does UM have to do with this? You really are a dumbass.

I am mistaken. University of Miami football players are very outstanding citizens. How could I ever make that mistake with the U of M?

Here i thought SoCal Bronco was a homer.


As of today!
http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/04/30/2777317/feds-bust-three-ex-nfl-players.html

http://www.newser.com/story/127336/university-of-miami-after-hurricanes-booster-scandal-eight-football-players-suspended-by-ncaa.html

http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/UM-Player-Accused-of-Raping-Girl-121282059.html
http://blacksportsonline.com/home/2012/02/former-university-of-miami-football-player-glenn-sharpe-arrested-for-murder/


Here is the type of player that is allowed to play at U of Miami:

Many South Florida sports fans remember the day Willie Williams, the most highly touted high school football player in the country announced he would follow up a stellar career at Miami’s Carol City High… to play for the University of Miami.

“Having grown up in Miami, I’m excited to be playing for the hometown team.”

The same day he announced he’d play for the U, reports surfaced that he’d been arrested 11 different times while in high school.

Once the arrest record was out, Williams still was allowed to sign with Miami. He couldn’t crack the starting lineup as a freshman and he transferred out of the school.

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2011/03/02/college-footballs-criminal-problem/
(See Bronco Rob, this is a link where you give credit to who wrote the story)

Maven,
Who is the dumbass? ****ing homer to the hilt. Enjoy Ray Murder Lewis.

lonestar
10-17-2012, 01:07 PM
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 13th: Zero
Cops outside of Dove Valley waiting for DUI drivers on October 17th: 4 (1 per exit)

Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 13th: Zero
Drug dealers selling animal piss out of Dove Valley on October 17th: Six

:thumbs:

on this I agree..

lonestar
10-17-2012, 01:10 PM
I think DJ is as much as a douche as anyone, and I really hope we get him back in shape for the playoffs. Put him in the middle for Mays. Stop a couple of tight-ends.

Watching the SD game, it is so apparent that the weakest link by far on our team is our linebackers. We have some very interesting young talent, but if we really want to win the SB, we are gonna need DJ.

SO your willing to give up the MIKE making calls at the LOS or relaying the D call from JDR?

Myself I'll take Brooking for the experience and BRAIN he has..

lonestar
10-17-2012, 01:13 PM
Thank you for making that clear - amazing how many idiots just jump to conclusions that non-human automatically means animal. Cmon people, don't act like hick fans from KC. You have brains, use them.

Here's to hoping DJ is not too far off with the playbook and I'm sure he will be much better at MLB then what we've seen from anybody else to this point. Please don't move him to Woodyard's spot. Woodyard is playing pretty decent right now, makes sense not to screw that up. DJ needs to play MLB, period.

He could not play it back when he was asked to do so in 06 or 07 IIRC.. why would he be able to do it now with YET another new playbook..

your BROMANCE is showing..

lonestar
10-17-2012, 01:18 PM
lol at people hating at DJ... the guy is our best LB outside of the pass rushing beast Von Miller.

We NEED him if we want to make an impact in the playoffs this year. Get off your high horses and be ready for the guy to be available week 10 or 11, because he will be back on the field helping our team in our major NEED at LB.

earliest he can play would be week 11 but odds are he will not be in game shape for a week or two after that..

IMO by then the kiddies will have as much experience as they will need to take this losers spot..

Why anyone can root for this loser that has let his TEAM and FANS down on multiple occasions.. not to mention he is not a impact LB is beyond me..

Better than what we have? maybe but I'll take th drop off in play however slight it might be for playing smart and not allowing a first down with everyone of Dumb Jocks tackles..

Bacchus
10-17-2012, 01:25 PM
earliest he can play would be week 11 but odds are he will not be in game shape for a week or two after that..

IMO by then the kiddies will have as much experience as they will need to take this losers spot..

Why anyone can root for this loser that has let his TEAM and FANS down on multiple occasions.. not to mention he is not a impact LB is beyond me..

Better than what we have? maybe but I'll take th drop off in play however slight it might be for playing smart and not allowing a first down with everyone of Dumb Jocks tackles..

That is not a very Christian attitude. What if DJ has turned his life around? Cris Carter used to have a terrible off the field problems. He turned his life around found God and became a role model for the younger players. Good thing you weren't in control of his career after all he was just another "dumb jock"

dsmoot
10-17-2012, 01:27 PM
I'm anxious to have DJ back. I hope this has been a wake up call. You always want the best for people and I hope he takes advantage of the second chance, if the Broncos give him one, and he can turn his life around.

Some people love to see people fail. I love to see people succeed. Hopefully, DJ will ge this **** together and solidiy the LBing corps!!!

When you take drugs, steroids etc and then place your role within the team at risk then you have let your teammates, organization and fan base down as a result. When you have had multiple DUI incidents that creates the same situation. This is a behavior problem not an isolated situation. This is something far more serious that someone needing a wake up call. These are repeated violations that are a total disregard of your responsibility to others. Couple that with the idiot submission of portions of the team playbook on the internet.

It is amazing how we live in a society where people do not seriously take personal responsibility for their actions and the impact it has on the people around them.

I believe in a world of second chances. DJ has had them. He is out of chips. He is not some immature early 20 something just coming out of college. This guy has been in the league how many years? He KNOWS there are consequences and he doesn't care or he would have done something about it. This is Gerald Perry and Brandon Marshall all over again.

The FO has a difficult decision. Is he worth having around? Is he someone they can count on to be there when THEY need him? At 100% effort? Acceptance of his actions within the team, what message are they sending to other young guys? It is one thing to get league punishment but he violated a team trust in a deceitful way. I consider this violation more significant than having to sit out due to league punishment and loss of income. Has this guy shown any level of remorse to the Denver organization or player?

cutthemdown
10-18-2012, 03:39 AM
Why the hell would any of these guys have to resort to buying synthetic piss? Don't they have a "clean" friend they could trust instead?

You kidding. All his friends whacked out on drugs probably. Steriods, molly, weed, tons of pills. He's a club hopper, how many people in that circle are usually clean?

cutthemdown
10-18-2012, 03:40 AM
When DJ hits the field I hope he plays well. Doesn't matter I think he is a turd, i just want Broncos to win. But if they jettison him next yr I wouldn't be sad.

lonestar
10-18-2012, 09:49 AM
That is not a very Christian attitude. What if DJ has turned his life around? Cris Carter used to have a terrible off the field problems. He turned his life around found God and became a role model for the younger players. Good thing you weren't in control of his career after all he was just another "dumb jock"

After he exhibits this for more than a week I'll almost think he is smart enough to have received the message.. he has had at least three strikes so far from the NFL.. and even more messages from God about his life style..

I still do not wnat the moron on the team and he offers us nothing we already do not have.. WW is doing as good if not better job than he has the past couple of years.. he is to dumb to play the MIKE spot the way it should..

And he does not make enough IMPACT plays to justify his salary cap number.. He is not a smash mouth tackler, but a guy that drags them down from behind.. usually after he has made the first down.. better than not being tackled at all, but barely..

certainly not good enough to justify his $5,000,000.00 a year salary..

Let him be someone else rehab issue keep him away from the kiddies we are trying to teach better habits to..

If he was Ray Lewis or Patrick Willis then I'd look all his dumbassery in a bit different light..

But he is simply not he is not that special to deserve what equates to a 4th chance..

Since he will never beat out Miller to take Millers spot, is to dumb to play the Mike spot with calling in plays and is not better than WW is.. save the money and kick him to the curb..

lonestar
10-18-2012, 10:00 AM
Originally Posted by Bacchus View Post
I'm anxious to have DJ back. I hope this has been a wake up call. You always want the best for people and I hope he takes advantage of the second chance, if the Broncos give him one, and he can turn his life around.

Some people love to see people fail. I love to see people succeed. Hopefully, DJ will get this **** together and solidiy the LBing corps!!!

the problem is it is not his second chance that was after his FIRST DUI when they stripped him of his captain status..

While I do not remember him being involved directly with Darrents death, if that was not a another wake up call not sure what lightning bolt needs to hit him..

then he had the second DUI arrest, the failing of the drug test and then the really stupid posting his play book on line with some kind of commentary about him having to learn a new position again..

Looks to me like he has had more than FIVE we know about wake up calls..

God only knows how many sit downs with Mikey, Josh and now Fox/JDR about his attitude or playing..

Unless he becomes the seconding coming of Dick Butkus over those last 6 games his ass is on the street next year.. I doubt that he has any trade value now that Mc Millian is no longer in the NFL..

SO IF he plays at all this year get your Bromance done..

broncosteven
10-18-2012, 10:41 AM
I would leave Mays on the sideline and keep Brooking starting. I would also replace Woodyard with DJ if in these three 3 weeks of practice DJ shows better.

I like Socal's (I think it was his idea, could have been Rev but he hates DJ) of moving DJ to MLB on 3rd down and confusing O's on whether Miller is blitzing or dropping in coverage.

If Brooking gets hurt I would have them play DJ at Mike and bring Woodyard back in at Will before I ever thought of putting Mays on the field. I think Woodyard is great depth but he should not be a starter.

I don't see how Mays doesn't get cut this year unless he gains 40-50lbs and moves to DT.

broncosteven
10-18-2012, 10:43 AM
the problem is it is not his second chance that was after his FIRST DUI when they stripped him of his captain status..

While I do not remember him being involved directly with Darrents death, if that was not a another wake up call not sure what lightning bolt needs to hit him..

then he had the second DUI arrest, the failing of the drug test and then the really stupid posting his play book on line with some kind of commentary about him having to learn a new position again..

Looks to me like he has had more than FIVE we know about wake up calls..

God only knows how many sit downs with Mikey, Josh and now Fox/JDR about his attitude or playing..

Unless he becomes the seconding coming of Dick Butkus over those last 6 games his ass is on the street next year.. I doubt that he has any trade value now that Mc Millian is no longer in the NFL..

SO IF he plays at all this year get your Bromance done..

There is an argument that he could/should be suspended for life from the NFL for all the above. I think his next **** up he gets a full year.

lonestar
10-18-2012, 10:14 PM
I like Socal's (I think it was his idea, could have been Rev but he hates DJ) of moving DJ to MLB on 3rd down and confusing O's on whether Miller is blitzing or dropping in coverage.

If Brooking gets hurt I would have them play DJ at Mike and bring Woodyard back in at Will before I ever thought of putting Mays on the field. I think Woodyard is great depth but he should not be a starter.

I don't see how Mays doesn't get cut this year unless he gains 40-50lbs and moves to DT.
Snapshot: Run Stop Percentage, Linebackers
Wesley Woodyard among the leaders in RSP (eighth-best, at 13.5%).
Rank Name Team Run Snaps Tackles Assists Missed Tackles Stops %
1 Mason Foster TB 107 20 2 1 18 16.8
2 DerrickJohnson KC 141 29 4 1 22 15.6
3 Bobby Wagner SEA 112 27 7 1 17 15.2
4 Erin Henderson MIN 86 15 3 0 13 15.1
5 NaVorro Bowman SF 139 30 13 1 20 14.4
6 Lavonte David TB 111 21 6 1 16 14.4
7 Karlos Dansby MIA 132 22 8 0 18 13.6
8 Wesley Woodyard DEN 126 22 3 2 17 13.5
9 Lance Briggs CHI 83 13 0 1 11 13.3
10 Bryan Scott BUF 70 10 3 0 9 12.9
11 Larry Foote PIT 110 20 1 1 14 12.7
12 Colin McCarthy TEN 56 7 0 1 7 12.5
13 A.J. Hawk GB 130 21 7 2 16 12.3
14 Brian Cushing HST 81 16 3 0 10 12.3
15 DeMeco Ryans PHI 147 24 7 0 18 12.2

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/10/18/snapshot-run-stop-percentage-linebackers/

Just who do you think should be starting? this should be good..

lonestar
10-18-2012, 10:19 PM
There is an argument that he could/should be suspended for life from the NFL for all the above. I think his next **** up he gets a full year.

Considering what a tool he has been since getting the new contract a few years ago .. I just do not understand what people see in the dumb ass..

orangemonkey
10-24-2012, 10:51 AM
http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8546300/dj-williams-denver-broncos-lb-gets-30-days-home-arrest

Williams gets 30 days home arrest but doesn't have to start serving until after the Super Bowl. Judge must be a Broncos fan. Nice!

Tombstone RJ
10-24-2012, 11:04 AM
I wonder if he's working out at Dove Valley. I hope he's trying to get in shape.

broncosteven
10-24-2012, 02:31 PM
I wonder if he's working out at Dove Valley. I hope he's trying to get in shape.

He was back at the faculty last week.

DenverBroncosJM
10-24-2012, 02:55 PM
So does the bye week count or no?

menonite
10-24-2012, 02:58 PM
So does the bye week count or no?

I don't believe so, no.

Aftermath
10-24-2012, 03:39 PM
Kinda...one implies that he was following is dog around with a bag. The other means he's a savy internet shopper.

Quoted for the WIN

ZONA
10-24-2012, 03:42 PM
So does the bye week count or no?

Probably not but it's another week of learning the system and another week of getting in shape.

I know "game" shape is a little different then "practice" shape but I don't think it's like it used to be. Players train much now in the offseason and so they're not nearly as out of game shape as players were in the past. Several players that were dinged up on other teams during training camp and preseason came in week 1 and didn't show any signs of being out of shape. When we played the Steelers, Wallace didn't show any signs of being out of shape and that was at a mile high. I don't think DJ will be out of shape. He'll be ready to go when he's allowed to play. I look forward to hearing some articles on how things are going for him during practice, when that happens.

Bacchus
10-24-2012, 05:13 PM
Probably not but it's another week of learning the system and another week of getting in shape.

I know "game" shape is a little different then "practice" shape but I don't think it's like it used to be. Players train much now in the offseason and so they're not nearly as out of game shape as players were in the past. Several players that were dinged up on other teams during training camp and preseason came in week 1 and didn't show any signs of being out of shape. When we played the Steelers, Wallace didn't show any signs of being out of shape and that was at a mile high. I don't think DJ will be out of shape. He'll be ready to go when he's allowed to play. I look forward to hearing some articles on how things are going for him during practice, when that happens.

He'll be a good addition because who knows how long Brooking will hold up. DJ comes in fresh playing for his football life. Brooking goes back to role plarer or takes over Woodyard's position. WIN WIN.

baja
10-24-2012, 05:28 PM
Keep Woodyard on the field he is having a great season.

SportinOne
10-24-2012, 05:38 PM
Woodyard is playing well, and we've had flashes from some of the younger guys, but it's VERY obvious that Joe Mays is NOT a good MLB. Yes, when he is in position to make a hit there are very few players who hit as hard as he does. But he's one dimensional in that way, and i'm sure most people here understand that. Then you have Brooking. I honestly think even at his age he's a step up from Mays. Like it has been said, Brooking is not going to be able to do it all season. Enter DJ. I don't understand why people think he can't come in and contribute. Granted, he's never been the superstar we hoped he would be but as a MLB he was LIGHT YEARS ahead of Joe Mays. Energy, experience, athleticism, hard hitter, put him in! His problems have been off the field, not on the field, and not in the locker room. Put. Him. In. ...when he's eligible.

Bacchus
10-24-2012, 05:49 PM
Woodyard is playing well, and we've had flashes from some of the younger guys, but it's VERY obvious that Joe Mays is NOT a good MLB. Yes, when he is in position to make a hit there are very few players who hit as hard as he does. But he's one dimensional in that way, and i'm sure most people here understand that. Then you have Brooking. I honestly think even at his age he's a step up from Mays. Like it has been said, Brooking is not going to be able to do it all season. Enter DJ. I don't understand why people think he can't come in and contribute. Granted, he's never been the superstar we hoped he would be but as a MLB he was LIGHT YEARS ahead of Joe Mays. Energy, experience, athleticism, hard hitter, put him in! His problems have been off the field, not on the field, and not in the locker room. Put. Him. In. ...when he's eligible.

Exactly, He has stayed out of trouble during his suspension and face it that is the tough part when you have all that free time on your hands. Bring him in give him a nice prolonged hug of reassurance and let him play this season out.

lonestar
10-24-2012, 09:17 PM
He'll be a good addition because who knows how long Brooking will hold up. DJ comes in fresh playing for his football life. Brooking goes back to role plarer or takes over Woodyard's position. WIN WIN.

you let Brooking play till he can't play any more..

DJ playing for his football life?

Shirley you jest.. he is playing for the almighty dinaro.. plain and simple.. HE knows he will not be on this team next year.. Fox knows, John E knows, Pat B knows..

I know some of you have a wooody for this moron but he is not that special, and when you add in the money he is making he is even less so..

lonestar
10-24-2012, 09:19 PM
Keep Woodyard on the field he is having a great season.

better than moron would have..

not to mention he had a better year last year than moron had in 6 less games starting..

Unless Woody goes down with an injury Dumb Ass Williams should be either traded or kept on a shelf until that happens..

lonestar
10-24-2012, 09:25 PM
Woodyard is playing well, and we've had flashes from some of the younger guys, but it's VERY obvious that Joe Mays is NOT a good MLB. Yes, when he is in position to make a hit there are very few players who hit as hard as he does. But he's one dimensional in that way, and i'm sure most people here understand that. Then you have Brooking. I honestly think even at his age he's a step up from Mays. Like it has been said, Brooking is not going to be able to do it all season. Enter DJ. I don't understand why people think he can't come in and contribute. Granted, he's never been the superstar we hoped he would be but as a MLB he was LIGHT YEARS ahead of Joe Mays. Energy, experience, athleticism, hard hitter, put him in! His problems have been off the field, not on the field, and not in the locker room. Put. Him. In. ...when he's eligible.

Once again I will say it.. dumb ass was used as a Mike for a year and then moved AGAIN after that experiment went belly up..

The guy is dumber than a rock, when asked to relay defensive calls into the front 7 each play he was unable to do even that minor thing, he did not have a clue about changing said call if the Offense was not lined up the way they thought they would..

One of the other LBs had to make the calls mid way through the season

Brooking as long as he can go is the natural player there with load s of experience and Hey FOLKS he knows the Play book and has been running it very well while on the field much better than anyone else..

And lets not mention that dj is most likely a few weeks away from being in game shape.. lots of potential of hammy issues being out of shape..

lonestar
10-24-2012, 09:27 PM
LAst but not least..

Bronco D.J. Williams to serve 30 days in-home detention — but after Super Bowl


A Denver County Court judge on Wednesday sentenced Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams to 30 days of in-home detention for his most recent driving while ability impaired conviction, but delayed the penalty's start date until Feb. 7 — just after the Super Bowl.

Prosecutors sought a month in jail, saying it was Williams' second ability-impaired driving conviction in just more than five years. He also faces two years of mandatory probation.

But Williams' attorney Harvey Steinberg noted the football player already has faced stiff penalties from his employer as a result of his conviction: A three-game suspension that has cost him "millions."

Judge Brian Campbell said the NFL-imposed punishment and alcohol abuse treatment weighed heavily with him.

Campbell delayed the imposition of Williams' detention after Steinberg told the court that the Bronco would not be allowed to play in home games with the ankle bracelet required to monitor his whereabouts.

"Any time you make mistakes, he's paying his dues right now, literally," Broncos coach John Fox said. "So it's a process. He's done what he's supposed to through the process and we'll honor what they decide.

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