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Wes Welker (Photo Credit: David Zalubowski/AP)Wes Welker is settling right in to the Denver Broncos offense, as training camp continues to, what feels like for us football fans, drag on. However, Welker expressed that he never wants to feel in a comfort zone.
“I want to continue to push myself and put myself in the right position to try and make plays for this team”, Welker said in a press conference.
Though Welker didn’t want to make any contrasts or comparisons between former Quarterback Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, Manning has been looking at Welker’s performance in New England.
“I would be lying if I told you we have not studied what worked well for Wes in New England,” Manning said. “There’s certain pass patterns and certain things that he has done so well for so long, you’d be crazy not to copy some of those things and bring them to your offense.”
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Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says that he is picking the brain of wide receiver Wes Welker following his arrival from the New England Patriots.
Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker went from one great quarterback to another and he’s loving the transition. As Welker learns the Broncos offense and more particularly Peyton Manning, he talked about his adjusting to a new system. The former go to guy for Tom Brady is now working hard to learn the routes and what Manning expects. His goal is to get on the same page as everyone...
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning told DenverBronocs.com that they’ve been studying how the Patriots used Wes Welker during his time in New England.
“I’d be lying if I told you we have not studied what worked well for Wes in New England,” Manning said. “There’s certain pass patterns and certain things that he’s done so well for so long, you’d be crazy not to copy...
Wes Welker was the most productive wide receiver in the NFL during his six seasons with the New England Patriots. He and Tom Brady had as much chemistry as any quarterback-receiver combination in football history, and Welker will be trying to recreate some of that with the Denver Broncos in 2013. While Denver and New [...]
Karma is a b****, and the New England Patriots might be feeling her wrath after their mistreatment of former wide receiver Wes Welker. Welker who has been the Patriots most productive receiver over the last six seasons, was unceremoniously allowed to walk in free agency as the Patriots opted for a youth movement in their receiving corps.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
Wes Welker used to be Tom Brady's favorite target, but now it's likely that his number of targets will take a dramatic step backwards. That's largely thanks to the level of talent at the wide receiver position the Broncos have compared to that of the Patriots. Still, the Broncos aren't dumb, and they'll be making sure Wes Welker is comfortable by giving him familiar...
My 2013 fantasy football top three rookies are:
1) Montee Ball - Broncos
Willis McGahee cut opens the door for Ball to shine in year one Competing against Ronnie Hillman and Knowshon Moreno (knee scope) for touches For those worried about Ball producing within a Peyton Manning-led, pass-first offense, remember that guys like Edgerrin James and Joseph Addai racked up points for...
A Denver judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a woman who accused former Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox of sexual assault.
Court documents show the case was dismissed last week at both parties' request, with no one admitting fault.
Attorneys for both sides mentioned a confidential agreement reached outside of court in declining to comment Wednesday.
The woman had sued after...
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