Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 11/3/12
Wes Welker is the next high-profile New England Patriots free agent that is set to hit the market in 2013. Welker, in an interview with Comcast Sports New England following his 13-catch, 104-yard, touchdown effort, ribbed Belichick for limiting his offensive snaps earlier in the 2012 season. ”Yeah it’s kind of nice to stick it in Bill’s face once in awhile,” Welker said. “So this is definitely a good one.” Most are familiar with the story of Bill Belichick and Wes Welker during the beginning season and his reduced role until forced into action. It’s almost as if the Patriots were aware that he will not be resigning with the team and testing the waters to see if they could go on without him.… Read more
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  • I hope my Seahawks don't take him. Yes we need a wideout but not him. We played him this year and I watched Welker wilt after getting hit hard by Browner. We want unselfish players, no room for prima donna's on the Hawks roster. Besides we still remember how much of a bust Deion Branch was. BTW yardbarker you (purposely?) forgot about WR Golden Tate on our roster... you know.. the guy who has the most TD receptions on our team.. I know the whole rest of the world hates Tate.. and thats why I like him :)
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