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In their attempt to recover from a devastating Super Bowl loss, Tom Brady and Wes Welker are apparently enjoying an offseason vacation together. Brady and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, were seen in Costa Rica this week with a couple that appears to be Welker and his fiancee Anna Burns, according to a picture that was tweeted by GiseleBFans. Check out the photo of below. Check out a photo gallery of Anna Burns by clicking here>>
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Wes Welker Ultra Highlights (by XposeYourTDs)
In honor of the open Franchise Tag window here’s a pretty sweet Welker highlight film.
I know there’s some discussion right now whether the Pats should let Welker walk, replace him with Edelman to run the slot routes, and use the money saved to go after someone like Mike Wallace.
I don’t think it’s totally insane to entertain...
Several reports over the last week have suggested that New England Patriots WR Wes Welker will holdout if the franchise which has promoted his prominence in the league, places the franchise tag on him prior to the start of free agency. I think that if Wes Welker gets the franchise tag placed on him for next season, he should simply show up, and play for the Patriots...
Much will be written about Patriots WR Wes Welker’s contract situation, and much already has. There will be speculation and more speculation, and it’s happening now. The truth is, even the participants don’t know how it will play out.
Will Welker get a long-term deal? The franchise tag? The chance to test the free agent waters with the Patriots hoping he returns? Who knows...
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he was "deeply saddened" by Tuesday's death of his longtime mentor, Tom Martinez. Brady and Martinez had a close relationship since Brady's high school career, and during the Super Bowl run, the quarterback raised awareness for Martinez's search for a kidney. Brady released a statement Wednesday on his Facebook page, which...
Tom Martinez, the longtime quarterback coach of Tom Brady, died Tuesday on his 66th birthday, according to the San Jose Mercury News. Martinez's health had been declining due to diabetes, and Brady raised public awareness for Martinez in recent months as he searched for a kidney transplant. Their bond had been well-known in California and New England for years, but their story...
Is there life after football? Absolutely. In fact, there has been so much life that I've barely had time for Foxboro Blog in the wake of Super Bowl XLVI. Last week was easily Top 5 in my life for being crazy busy and I'm still trying to recover. (Thank goodness for President's Day.)
In the mean time, for those of you wanting some quality football contant to read...
Since becoming a Patriot in 2007, Wes Welker has blossomed into one of the game's best pass catchers. Get to know Welker in this week's editon of Inside the Helmet.
Tom Martinez, the longtime personal coach to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, has died at 67. His wife, Olivia, told the San Mateo Daily Journal (http://bit.ly/wZC5Vl ) that he died Tuesday after suffering a heart attack while receiving dialysis treatment. The San Francisco Chronicle reported he died in Redwood City.
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Tom Martinez, the longtime personal coach to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, has died at 67.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick jokes that he traded for WR Wes Welker because he couldn’t cover him in practice. It’s not really a joke. In fact, he has a history of dealing for guys who his teams struggle with.
Is WR Mike Wallace the next one?
The third-year receiver is still with the Steelers, but he’s a restricted free agent. But with his team in salary cap jail, a franchise...