Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 5/3/12

Wes Welker had a hilarious interview on “Dan LeBatard is Highly Questionable” Wednesday, but the highlight was him confirming that his former teammate, Larry Izzo (pictured), once took a dump on the sidelines during a Patriots game.

LeBatard asked Welker to confirm a story told to him by former Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas, who said former Patriots linebacker Larry Izzo once pooped on the sidelines during a Patriots game. What’s more, Izzo supposedly received a game ball from Bill Belichick for pulling off the amazing accomplishment.

“This is 100% true,” Welker said. “And Larry would be so mad at me if I said that this did not happen, because he takes ultimate pride in this whole deal.

“Of all the special teams tackles and Pro Bowls he’s made, I guarantee you that game ball is probably a more prized item for him than his Super Bowl rings,” Welker said.

We’ve seen plenty of other football players handle business on the sidelines during a game, but never has it been No. 2. That’s just crazy that he pulled it off.

The incident also raises several crucial questions, such as: How did he clean off afterward, and did he even bother to wipe?

In a somewhat ironic twist, Welker was doing the interview to promote his Depends adult diaper partnership. Maybe that’s what Izzo was wearing during the game.

Welker also told a funny story about his time with the Dolphins and how a neighbor in Miami once asked what he did for a living. After Welker told the neighbor he played for the Dolphins, the neighbor sized up the 5’9″ receiver, and said “no wonder we went 4-12 last year.”

Welker also described all the intricacies of Tom Brady’s amazing toilet.

The entire interview was fantastic, and extremely well done by LeBatard.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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