Found March 13, 2013 on Patriots Life:
I'm as heartbroken as anybody right now. Watching Wes Welker leave for nothing more than an average contract has to make you think that the Patriots have something up their sleeves... RIGHT?? Well according to SI.com, Bill Belichick's master plan will not include free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha. The teams interested include the 49ers (seriously, where are they getting all this money?), Texans, Broncos, and Cardinals. I wrote a few days ago about why the Patriots would probably choose not to go after the former Pro Bowler, but on the heels of Wes Welker peacing out, I would hope that the Pats have a big trick up their sleeves. Anthony Aidonidis @aidonidis18 #IMissWes
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