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Patriots make a small tender to restricted free agent tight end Michael Hoomanawanui. The deal pays only 1.3 million for 2013 and offers the Patriots an upside at tight end if injuries occur.
Some reports have Hernandez moving close to Brady to "learn the slot position" in the case Welker goes elsewhere. Hernandez moving to slot would free up a tight end spot for Michael Hoomanawanui. Side Note: Don't forget the Patriots are still sitting on tight end Jake Ballard from the New York Giants.
Are Patriots prepping for life without Welker? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Low tender for TE Michael Hoomanwanui ($1.323 million). I'm a bit surprised they tendered him, but has upside.
— Greg A. Bedard (@GregABedard) March 12, 2013
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The Patriots’ head coach isn’t on Twitter just yet, but at least he’s making a honorable attempt.
Bill Belichick usually doesn’t have much to say when it comes to the media, but Tuesday night, fans had the opportunity to tweet questions to Belichick. The coach’s girlfriend, Linda Holliday, took the questions and answered them for Belichick on her account.
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It was reported yesterday that the New England Patriots and wide receiver Wes Welker have ended their contract talks with both sides unable to come to an agreement on a new deal.
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You hear Warren f-bombing the Belichick angle.
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Free agent wide receiver Wes Welker and the New England Patriots reportedly seem to be on two different pages when it comes to his value as a free agent. At 32, Wes Welker has thrived as a slot receiver in New England, totaling over 100 receptions 5 out of the last 6 seasons. But, at 5’9 and on the downside of his career when you historically look at receivers in their 30′s...
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On the heels of a report that Wes Welker was considering leaving New England after they low balled him on their offer, enters Bill Simmons. The rumor mill continues.
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This one was a shocker. I saw Welker ending up back in New England.
Wes Welker may be the most fortunate wide receiver in the NFL. He spent six seasons in New England with Tom Brady, one of the top quarterbacks in recent history, and now he's heading to Denver to join Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
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Wes Welker has agreed to terms with Denver Broncos.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2013