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  1. James Walker

    James Walker



  2. A Temple graduate and Hyattsville, Md., native who lives in Miami
  3. Joined ESPN in 2008
  • Patriots links around the web

    Field Yates

    Passing along some Patriots-based links from around the web. 1. Jones, Hightower breakout candidates. Over on the AFC East blog at ESPN.com, James Walker tabs his top breakout candidates for 2013. Checking in at number three on his list is Patrio...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  • Reactions around the web to Welker

    Field Yates

    The decision by the Patriots to allow Wes Welker to depart in free agency is not just the talk of New England, but all the football world. Gathering perspectives on the situation from around the web. 1. Walker: Swap is a mistake. James Walker, who...

    Blog | March 14, 2013
  • Patriots links around the Web

    Field Yates

    Taking a look at some of the Patriots links around the Web: 1. Walker -- keep Welker. ESPN.com's AFC East reporter James Walker says that of all the Patriots free agents, wide receiver Wes Welker is the player they must keep this offseason. Walker...

    Blog | February 15, 2013
  • Patriots & midseason recognition

    Field Yates

    In a recent feature on ESPN.com, AFC East blogger James Walker selected his midseason all-division team, made up of members of the Patriots, Jets, Bills and Dolphins. Sitting atop the division at 5-3, it's no surprise that the Patriots lead the wa...

    Blog | November 08, 2012
  • NFL - Dontari Poe among Week 3's hidden stars

    Field Yates

    Field Yates examines the players in Week 3 who played better than their stats indicate.

    Story | Conversation | September 25, 2013
  • NFL - Top questions facing NFL contenders

    Field Yates

    Field Yates looks into the biggest weaknesses for top NFL contenders. Do the New England Patriots, for example, have enough offensive threats?

    Story | Conversation | July 28, 2013