Remember two years ago when the Broncos basically convinced Walker not to visit the Pats so that they couldn't work a tenative deal contract neccessary for a trade with Green Bay? The Pats passed on Walker and drafted Chad Jackson. Apparently, the love affair with Walker and the Broncos is over. From Len Pasquerelli's Tip Notes Column: â€¢ Walker on his way out? In terms of patching holes, especially on the defensive side of the ball, there is plenty of work awaiting Denver coach Mike Shanahan in the offseason, and one vehicle for adding to the Broncos' roster might be to subtract wide receiver Javon Walker. The six-year veteran stopped short this week of demanding a trade but indicated he no longer believes he is a good fit in Denver's offense. Walker endured an injury-plagued season in which he missed considerable playing time and finished with only 26 receptions for 246 yards and two touchdowns. With Walker absent from the lineup so often, Brandon Marshall emerged as the go-to receiver for quarterback Jay Cutler, and free agent Brandon Stokley did a nice job re-establishing himself as a viable player in the league before injuries slowed him toward the end of the year. Shanahan might be inclined to agree with Walker that it's time to move on. The offseason trade market has picked up over the past four years, and the commodity most often bartered is veteran wide receivers. So look for Walker to be shopped by Denver management in coming months. One potential sticking point to a deal: The Broncos will suffer some cap consequences if they trade Walker to another club. His cap figure for 2008 is slightly in excess of $7 million. But even taking a cap hit might be worth it to avoid the $5.4 million in bonuses that Walker is due in the offseason and to jettison a guy who no longer wants to be around anyway. http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/insider/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=3180788 Could we get Walker this upcoming offseason for a Randy Moss type of trade? I am betting Walker wished he got on that plane he kept on delaying and eventually canceling to come to Foxboro to meet with the Pats. I am betting Shanahan wished Walker met with the Pats before he met with the Broncos.