WES WELKER RUMORS & GOSSIP
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The Denver Broncos and representatives for Peyton Manning are working on revising the quarterback’s contract, according to Mike Klis of The Denver Post.
Manning is scheduled to earn $19 million in 2015 and 2016.
Restructured contracts can get complicated, which could explain why there’s been a perceived delay in Manning...
It’s that time of year again and the rumors are swirling all around the NFL. Experts are doing their best Nostradamus impersonations in order to try and predict potential landing spots for this year’s class of free agents.
An Aging Talent
One name that has recently been linked to the Chicago Bears is soon to be 34-year-old wide receiver Wes Welker. Bleacher Report‘s Stephen...
Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk:Wes Welker’s two-year contract with the Broncos expires on March 10. Amid chatter of retirement, Welker says that’s not the case.“Just getting ready for 2015,” Welker told Mike Klis of the Denver Post via text message.But what about the report he’s contemplating retirement?“Never ever came out of my mouth,” Welker said.
Wes Welker preparing...
Despite prior reports that Denver Broncos’ wide receiver Wes Welker might be throwing in the towel after 11 seasons in the NFL, opposing reports are surfacing.
Welker indicated to the Denver Post that he’s “just getting ready for 2015.”
When asked about reports that concerned family and friends mentioned his possible retirement, Welker responded…
Never ever came...
Much has been made about whether or not Denver Broncos WR Wes Welker should call it a career.
With concussion problems and a down year in 2014 that talk has only grown.
But, the only opinion that truly matters is Welker’s, and he wants to keep playing.
Wes Welker told me he wants to play two more years.
— Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) February 16, 2015
The NFL Scouting Combine starts next Wednesday in Indianapolis. It’s an event that enables coaches, scouts and general managers to evaluate a huge crop of incoming NFL rookies set to be drafted into the league in April.
While the NFL has seen some incredible players through the years who were invited to participate at the prestigious event, it’s worth noting that there are some...
The 2014 NFL season might have been Wes Welker’s last.
The Denver Broncos wide receiver reportedly is mulling retirement, sources told FOX Sports on Tuesday. Welker, who’s only 33, has a history of head injuries and suffered his third documented concussion with Denver in the preseason.
The former Patriot put up some impressive numbers in New England, compiling five seasons...
Another Bronco may be riding off into the sunset. Not only is Wes Welker unsure if he’ll be back in Denver, he is now thinking of calling it a career. Welker, slated to become a free agent next month, has told those close to him that he is considering retirement, according to a report from...Read More
Denver Broncos’ wide receiver Wes Welker has suffered through three concussions in his two seasons as a member of the team. Apparently a little forgetful at times, Welker weighed in on his concussions.
Sometimes Welker forgets things such as whee he puts his key, which has led to some amusing discussions between the former Pro Bowler and his wife (via ESPN.com.
My wife will...
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Wes Welker has played in his fair share of powerful offenses during his career, and he’s been a major contributor in all of them.
Yet the 33-year-old wide receiver hasn’t exactly been a pass-catching machine in 2014. Which is fine, because on the Denver Broncos’ offense, he doesn’t need to be.
The Broncos are among the NFL’s leaders in passing with 2,079 yards and 22...