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We're over two weeks on from the Super Bowl, and free agency talking has well and truly begun. And with Wes Welker and potentially Brandon Lloyd on their way out this off-season, the New England Patriots are in the market for a receiver. And the 6' 0'', 200 lbs speedster Mike Wallace seems like a good fit for a team looking for a deep threat.However, another AFC East team is sniffing around Wallace. The Miami Dolphins are looking for some weapons for Ryan Tannehill to throw to, and apparently Mike Wallace is their number one choice, according to NFL.com
With dynamic offensive playmakers a desperate need, the Miami Dolphins have pegged Mike Wallace as their top choice to fill a gaping wide receiver void, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly reports, citing multiple sources.
Mike Wallace Could be burning Aqib Talib again in Miami
This comes as a bit of a surprise, seeing as Greg Jennings would seem a better fit in Miami, with the Dolphins head coach Jo...
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Several reports have been published about the New England Patriots not retaining the services of veteran wide receiver Wes Welker. Could the Bucs make a run at him in free agency? According to a source with knowledge of the Bucs potential plans, they will. He stated the team is “eyeing him (Welker) hard” after mentioning what the Bucs are looking to do during free agency and...
Would Wes Welker be as productive outside of New England?
The news surfaced Monday reporting that the New England Patriots are going to decline using the franchise tag on pending free agent Wes Welker and even though the shifty slot receiver has been called the heart and soul of the team, the decision not to franchise him is the right one.
The Patriots slapped the tag on Welker...
The Patriots have a handful of offseason decisions to make but perhaps the most important will be what the club does with wide receiver Wes Welker.
Welker is once again a free agent, and the Boston Herald’s Ron Borges says that it is unlikely the team will place the franchise tag on the dependable wideout.
“The Patriots are simply not going to put an $11.4 million franchise tag...
If Wes Welker leaves New England, how will his fantasy football value be affected?
With the NFL free agency period now just weeks away, it is the perfect time for the third installment of the 2013 PPR Fantasy Football Rankings. Today we will be focusing on the wide receiver postion.
Unlike the previous two positions (2013 PPR Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings, 2013 Fantasy...
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Wes Welker’s days as a New England Patriot may be numbered unless he plans to resign with the team on the cheap. Welker is 31 and according to the Boston Herald, a person with inside knowledge of the Patriots plans, says the team won’t Franchise welker at $11.8 million.
While there is no replacement for Welker on the roster, that won’t matter. Neither will the Patriots’ abysmal...
Wes Welker ultimately put himself in the situation he's in with the New England Patriots after he turned down a fully guaranteed two-year contract worth $16 million in 2011.
He was paid only $2.15 million after turning down the deal, while Chad Ochocinco made $6 million in 2011.
In 2012, Welker should have
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Asante Samuel was a guest on FOX Sports radio and he had some advice for Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker. “He made the comment when I left, I chased the money and not the championship. So here’s my advice to you, Welker: You better chase the money, brother,” Samuel said, per ProFootballTalk.com. Unlike Samuel, it might be more important to Welker...
Ron Borges from the Boston Herald is hearing that New England won't place the franchise tag on free agent wide receiver Wes Welker.Fantasy Spin:This news comes as a bit of a surprise and it could mean that Welker has played his final game as a Patriot. Whoever ends up signing the 31-year-old will be getting arguably the most dominant slot receiver we've seen in the last decade.
The New England Patriots have been the most consistent NFL franchise for the past decade-plus, winning 10 or more games in every season since 2003. The Patriots have continued to maintain a high-powered offense during this time, with Tom Brady at the controls.Brady has continued to improve every season and he has managed to do it with a rotating cast of mostly unknowns at wide receiver...
During the 2012 offseason, the depth at this position was perhaps the deepest in the entire NFL. Oh what can change in a year! With the expiring contracts of Wes Welker, Julian Edelman, Deion Branch, and Donte’ Stallworth the Patriots are now left with Brandon Lloyd, Matthew Slater, and Kamar Aiken as the only receivers locked up for 2013. This, along with the signing of Northwestern...
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Asante Samuel left the New England Patriots because he knew he wasn’t going to make top-dollar there based on the team’s track record of re-signing and signing free agents. With that, he went to the Philadelphia Eagles instead and got paid like he expected to.
Former teammate Wes Welker was critical of Samuel’s decision to chase money over championships. Now...
With Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker's future with the team uncertain, this would be the right time to consider a possible position switch for tight end Aaron Hernandez. He is obviously a receiving tight end as it is already, and has been used as a wide receiver countless times before. Wouldn't this move make sense?
On paper, yes. Before signing his contract extension...
The Philadelphia Eagles gave Asante Samuel six years and 57 million reasons to leave New England in 2008, a move that prompted Wes Welker to accuse him of “chasing the money.” Now, five years later, Samuel is advising Welker to do just that.
Welker is poised to hit the free-agent market for a second straight year, and this time it appears the Patriots won’t be slapping the...
In 2008, Asante Samuel left the New England Patriots to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, at the time Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker acused Samuel of choosing money over championships.
Now, years later, Welker is the one who's a free agent, and Samuel has some advice for him.
Speaking on FOX Sports Wednesday, Samuel said Welker should leave the Patriots if some other team...