Found June 20, 2013 on
Via Black Sports Online:
Wes Welker has something else other than football to brag about. The Broncos receiver had hair transplant surgery this offseason and when asked had no problem discussing the procedure.
Via For The Win:
“[The growth] doesn’t happen right away,” Welker told For The Win. “You start to see a little bit after two or three months and in six months you get to see a little more. Once you get up to a year you’re really starting to see the difference. It takes a full 18 months till it’s fully grown in.”
“It’s nothing to be embarrassed about,” he said. “If you want to have hair, have hair. I don’t like to sit there and say ‘What are you talking about? I never got my hair done.” People can notice it without wondering.”
The average hair transplant surgery can cost between $4,000 and $15,000 and Welker has admitted to receiving calls from other players asking for his doctor’s information.
I commend Welker for being so open. He’s right, after about a year when he’s out on the field looking like Troy Polamalu we would’ve been giving him the side eye.
Within days of draft, Hernandez threatened Welker--PFT:
In an anecdote near the bottom of a longer report, it was mentioned that Hernandez was at the team facility trying to watch film, when he grew frustrated at not being able to operate the equipment. Wide receiver Wes Welker walked by, Hernandez asked for help, and Welker replied: “Rookie, you figure it out.”
Denver Broncos wide receiver, Wes Welker, was in Boston last night taking questions before attending the Bruins game.
When asked if he felt the New England Patriots undervalued him during free agency he replied “Unfortunately, it’s the business side of football and as a player you understand it. So, you just move on and look toward the future.”
Welker said all the right things...
According to reports, Aaron Hernandez once profanely threatened then-teammate Wes Welker after the receiver wouldn't help him in the film room.
A number of designers have taken their shot at redesigning the Denver Broncos’ helmets and uniforms to their liking.
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Featured are a number of Denver Broncos’ helmets, uniforms, and logo designs. Some are interesting options that fans may like and others may strike a nerve with some...
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker had a hair transplant.
Welker is a spokesman for Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, who brought him back to the Boston area that hosted him as a member of the New England Patriots.
According to a report, they put together an event to promote their products and it was from there that Welker also talked football.
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As reports come and go about the status of Aaron Hernandez’s legal woes, one thing is certain: the police have drafted a warrant for his arrest.
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It was well known that Aaron Hernandez had some off-field issues coming out of the University of Florida, but after being connected to a North Attleboro homicide, new reports and observations of signs of trouble are popping up.
Hernandez threatened Wes Welker in 2010 within a week of being drafted, according to The Boston Globe. Hernandez couldn’t figure out how to use a piece...
As the stories and information about Aaron Hernandez’s character continue to pile up, The Boston Globe is reporting that shortly after being drafted by the Patriots, the young rookie had choice words for Wes Welker.
Shalise Manza Young is reporting that a few days after being drafted, Hernandez was at the team facility watching film. At some point he was unable to figure out...
According to the Boston Globe, during Aaron Hernandez’s rookie year he was having a hard time watching film and asked Wes Welker for some help.
Welked then replied by saying, “Rookie, you figure it out.”
That’s when Hernandez blew up and said, ”F— you Wes, I’ll f— you up!”
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Globe, Hernandez was serious and wasn’t playing...
Aaron Hernandez has generally been regarded as a decent person. After receiving a contract extension from the Patriots, he donated $50,000 to the Myra Kraft foundation.
That's the reason this homicide situation came so out of left field. No one thought Hernandez could be involved in something like this.
However, since Tuesday more reports have come out on Hernandez's past...
You’re probably sitting there right now telling yourself that the Patriots are screwed.
Well, maybe they are—or maybe they aren’t.
For starters: I like to believe that they’ll be just fine. Why? Well, it’s simple really and my explanation consists of only two words: Tom Brady.
With Aaron Hernandez doing his best OJ. Simpson, Ray Lewis and Plaxico Burress impersonation...