Found December 07, 2011 on NESN.com:
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Patriots' receiver Wes Welker traded in the pigskin for Scotch tape on Tuesday night at the House of Blues, participating in a gift-wrapping competition against former New England Revolution star, Taylor Twellman. Welker's quick hands on the field made him the heavy favorite heading into the battle, as the two squared off in front of a packed house. The benefit was sponsored by Liberty Bay Credit Union, an institution that donates countless dollars to athletes' charitable organizations. Check out the video above for more from Welker.
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