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Football Extra Points:
Fantasy Football leagues are coming online now so I updated my rankings.
In doing the updates, I've noticed that the WR position seems very deep.n there's real value all the way into the 30's.
1 Calvin Johnsonr
3 Andre Johnson
4 Roddy White
5 Brandon Marshall
6 Wes Welker
7 Hakeem Nicks
8 Steve Smith - Car
9 Greg Jennings
10 Miles Austin
11 Victor Cruz
12 Mike Wallace
13 Dez Bryant
14 AJ Green
15 Julio Jones
16 Jordy Nelson
18 Stevie Johnson
19 Demaryus Thomas
20 DeSean Jackson
21 Vincent Jackson
22 Dwayen Bowe
23 Jeremy Maclin
24 Kenny Britt
25 Alshon Jeffery
26 Eric Decker
27 Brandon Lloyd
28 Antonio Brown
29 Reggie Wayne
30 Robert Mecham
31 Anquan Boldin
There's a lot of talent at WR this season. There's value beyond this position, I'll provide deeper analysis as we get closer to the season.
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The New England Patriots and wide receiver Wes Welker were unable to reach agreement on a long-term contract by Monday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, according to the Boston Globe, and, as a result, Welker will play the 2012 season under a $9.5 million franchise tag. The failure to reach an agreement did not come as a surprise, because the two sides reportedly were about $6 million...
The New England Patriots were unable to reach a long term agreement with Wes Welker during the off-season. Instead, Welker used the franchise tag to stay with the team in 2012. The Patriots could franchise tag their prolific pass-catcher again next off-season. But assuming they don't, where could he land? Here are five possibilities:
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Well we get another season at least of watching awesomeness like this.
Wes Welker and the New England Patriots could not come to an agreement on a contract by Monday’s 4 PM deadline
The only two members of the New England Patriots organization that will never leave until they retire are Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
The Patriots proved this again on Monday afternoon.
Monday was the day that a deal with franchise tagged player Wes Welker was supposed...
Monday’s 4:00 p.m. deadline went by for NFL players to sign long term contact extensions with their respective teams and have the franchise tag removed. The Patriots and wide receiver Wes Welker were unable to come to agreement on a new deal, so the four time Pro-Bowler will play the 2012 season under the franchise tag earning [...]
Welker and Patriots couldn't complete a long-term deal. (Source: Bleacher Report)
So the 4 p.m. deadline to sign franchised players to long-term deals passed and there were a couple notable deals. The Ravens signed Ray Rice to 5 year deal and the Bears signed Matt Forte to a four year pact. The Patriots and Wes Welker could not come to an agreement as many sites had stated...
With so many wide receivers in New England Patriots camp, who will find themselves playing much “wider-out” than they had hoped come September? Many say that the 2011 New England Patriots were just one fairly routine Tom Brady to Wes Welker completion away from winning their fourth Super Bowl. Well we all know what didn’t happen [...]
The NFL free agent deadline has come and gone with no new contract for Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker. The spark plug of New England’s offense since his arrival in 2007, will be playing under the franchise tag and will be paid $9.5 million this season. There is a heated debate in football circles if the Patriots made a mistake in not signing him long term.
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