Found November 21, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Wes Welker
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker is already back at practice just three days after suffering a concussion. Looked like Wes Welker went through a full load of work during individual drills. Practice closed to media before team drills. — Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) November 21, 2013 This is very interesting.  Maybe he’ll play against the Patriots after all.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Wes Welker back at practice appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Expect Wes Welker’s return to be an ugly one for the Patriots

Wes Welker was trying to play it cool when he was asked about returning to play his former team, but we all know deep down inside he wants to tear it up against his former team. “[I’m] definitely excited, big game, big matchup, great environment,’’ Welker said. “ … I love playing the game, especially […]

Wes Welker practices, ‘excited’ for Sunday

Wes Welker was back out on the practice field yesterday for the first time since suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. The Broncos receiver and former Patriot practiced on a “limited” basis, but hopes to be ready for Sunday night’s showdown with his former team. “That’s what I’m hoping for,” Welker told reporters in Denver. “Just listen to...

Broncos expect Wes Welker to play week 12 against Patriots

Although Wes Welker has yet to complete the NFL’s concussion protocol and did not practice today, sources told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen that the Broncos expect Welker to play week 12 against the Patriots. It is safe to assume that Welker is going to do everything in his power to play against his former team, as the marriage between Welker and the Patriots did not end amicably....

Welker returns to practice, hopes to play Sunday

Wes Welker returned to practice Thursday for the first time since leaving Sunday's game against Kansas City with a concussion. Also back in action was tight end Julius Thomas (right knee). Both were limited as the Broncos (9-1) practiced in snowy, 20-degree weather, which interim head coach Jack Del Rio called a ''blessing'' as his team prepares for Sunday'...

Wes Welker returns to practice

Dear Wes Welker, I miss youOh, Wes Welker.How I wish I were writing that you were returning to Patriots practice, but alas, you'll be dawning ugly orange this Sunday.It'll be the former Patriots star receiver's first time in Gillette Stadium since losing the AFC Championship game to the Baltimore Ravens last year. After some muddy-contract talks this offseason, in which...

Wes Welker probable for return to New England on Sunday

According to, It looks like Wes Welker will be making his return to Foxboro after all. Welker’s status has been up in the air for most of the week because of a concussion suffered last Sunday night against the Chiefs, but he was listed as probable on the team’s final injury report of the week. Interim coach Jack Del Rio said that Welker has passed all...

Wes Welker full participant at Broncos practice, "probable" for Sunday

Receiver Wes Welker was listed as probable on the Broncos injury report Friday and is available to play Sunday night on the road against the New England Patriots. Interim head coach Jack Del Rio reported after Friday's practice that if there were a definite category on the injury report, a checkmark would go next to Welker's name. Welker sustained a concussion in Sunday...

Wes Welker Clears Concussion Tests, Probable to Play Sunday

In all likelihood now, the Patriots will have to figure out ways to stop Wes Welker on Sunday night. The former Patriots wide receiver has cleared all concussion tests and is officially listed as probable for Sunday, per Coach John Fox said that Welker has passed all the tests from independent neurologists necessary for him to get that listing, so...

Tom Brady Says Wes Welker ‘Definitely’ Going to Play Sunday, ‘No Question About That’

It takes a fierce injury to keep Wes Welker off the playing field, and no one knows that better than former teammate Tom Brady. The New England quarterback said Wednesday morning on WEEI that he expects Welker to play in Sunday night’s big Patriots-Broncos game despite Welker sustaining a concussion in Denver’s win over Kansas City last Sunday. “I’ve been around him long...

Amendola shrugs off comparisons with Welker

Danny Amendola says he doesn't think much about having replaced Wes Welker as New England Patriots slot receiver. On Sunday night, they'll be on opposite sidelines when Welker and the Denver Broncos visit Gillette Stadium. Welker signed as a free agent with the Broncos after six seasons with the Patriots. Amendola joined New England as a free agent from the St. Louis Rams...

Kyle Arrington’s Familiarity With Wes Welker Could Help Counter Receiver’s Knowledge of Patriots’ Defense

FOXBORO, Mass. — No one on the Patriots is dying to talk about their former slot receiver this week. Wes Welker‘s former teammates — there’s 33 of them on the Patriots’ 53-man roster — seem to be taking any personal feelings out of this week’s matchup. Kyle Arrington stopped himself before saying this is just another game, but that appears to be the way New England...

Wes Welker likely to play Sunday

Interim coach Jack Del Rio says Wes Welker has passed the concussion test and will likely play on Sunday night, per Albert Breer of the NFL Network. This after Welker suffered a nasty hit during the Broncos game with the Kansas City Chiefs. He had to undergo a mandatory procedure to make sure he was good to go.Broncos interim coach Jack Del Rio says that Wes Welker passed the concussion...

Tom Brady expects Wes Welker to play: ‘He’s definitely going to be out there’

Tom Brady expects his former teammate Wes Welker to be on the field when the New England Patriots host the Denver Broncos on Sunday night. “Yes, I do. I’ve been around him long enough to know what he’s all about,” Brady said during an interview with WEEI sports radio in Boston. “He loves playing football, and there’s a chance for him to play, and especially coming back...

Peyton Manning, Julius Thomas, Wes Welker Miss Practice for Broncos on Wednesday

FOXBORO, Mass. — With all the talk about how banged up the Patriots’ secondary is, the Broncos’ receiving corps isn’t doing so hot itself. Peyton Manning (ankle), Julius Thomas (knee) and Wes Welker (concussion/neck) all missed practice on Wednesday. Backup tight end Joel Dreessen (knee) also missed practice. Champ Bailey (foot) was limited for the Broncos. Michael...
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