Found March 28, 2013 on Football Nation:
The wave of twitter's amount of tweets, as the news traveled far and wide. Wes Welker signed a 2 year contract with the Denver Bronco's worth $12 million. There are also a few side benefits to this deal, to include a $150,000 incentive to catch 90 passes a season. Does this create a tip in the balance of the NFL with a new Dream Team in the making?With Welker in the fold, Peyton Manning just acquired one more bold and powerful slot receiver, making the full range of Peyton's "go to team" seems like a dream come true.  Welker joins the 1,000 yard receiving duo of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker.What happens now? Over in New England, Batman (Tom Brady) is without his Robin (Wes Welker), after he restructured his contract to free up some money in the salary cap. Although, the Patriots did pick up some fine new talent.  The fact that the Patriots let him go is shocking enough, but to let him go to a threat in the same conference is a huge win for the Broncos. Coac...

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