Posts Tagged ‘Wes Welker’
Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Alfred Morris, Andre Brown, Andy Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Christian Ponder, Darren McFadden, Darryl Strawberry, Don Mattingly, Eli Manning, Jake Locker, Jamaal Charles, Jermichael Finley, Joe Flacco, Jose Canseco, Ken Griffey Jr., Matt Cassel, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Mike Scioscia, Mike Shanahan, Mike Smith, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Red Dalton, RG3, Roger Clemens, Ryan Mathews, Tony Romo, Wade Boggs, Wes Welker
Week 3 is nearly in the books, how are you feeling? We still have a great Monday night game left, but let’s look back at the wek that was.
Posted: Thursday, September 20th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Greg Jennings, Tony Romo, Wes Welker
Can Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo have the best showing of the young season in Week 3?
Posted: Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Ravens, Patriots, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Wes Welker
For years, major Patriots injuries have had one constant — Bernard Pollard was either involved or had a front-row seat for them. Think about it. When Tom Brady tore his ACL, it was Pollard with the Chiefs who slammed into his left knee. When Wes Welker tore his ACL, Pollard with the Texans was inches away from drilling him. And last year, when TE Rob Gronkowski suffered a brutal high-ankle sprain leading up to the Super Bowl, it was Pollard with the Ravens who brought him down (left). Three different teams for Pollard, three different injuries to Patriots. Yikes. It’s no wonder that he’s considered one of the all-time Patriots villains by fans. There are even T-Shirts honoring, um, his […]
Posted: Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Wes Welker
In today’s Three and Out: The Chargers are taking it slow with Ryan Mathews, Jonathan Dwyer could see more carries; and what happened to Wes Welker in Week 1?
Posted: Monday, September 10th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Robert Griffin III, Aaron Rodgers, Alfred Morris, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, DeAngelo Williams, Drew Brees, Hulk Hogan, King Kong Bundy, Matthew Stafford, Michael Bush, Michael Turner, Mike Shanahan, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Wes Welker
So let me see if I have this straight, Mike Shanahan said Alfred Morris was going to start for his team and then he went out and had the most carries of the weekend? Surprisingly, that’s not the biggest Washington Redskins’ story of the weekend.
Posted: Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Joe Flacco, Randy Moss, Tom Brady, Trent Richardson, Wes Welker
Browns running back Trent Richardson plans on being a Cleveland icon. Though expectations are high, he might be able to deliver.
Posted: Sunday, May 20th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: NFL, Buffalo Bills, Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions, Donovan McNabb, Ed Reed, Greg Lloyd, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Rolando McClain, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tim Tebow, Vince Young, Wes Welker
In the newspaper world, the football coverage for Sunday’s paper is in the form of a notes package. In the internet world, we can do notes, too. I’ve been trying to come up with some kinda feature for Sunday on the blog, and I may tweak this going forward.
Posted: Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Network, New England Patriots, Wes Welker, Willie McGinest
Ex-Patriots normally don’t take too kindly to behavior that potentially detracts from team goals (see: Tedy Bruschi and Chad Ochocinco, 2011). So you can imagine what NFL Network analyst Willie McGinest thinks of Patriots WR Wes Welker‘s statement Tuesday that he’s “probably not” going to attend the team’s mandatory June 12-14 minicamp unless he receives a long-term contract.
Posted: Thursday, March 29th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Endorsements, Clay Matthews, DeMarcus Ware, Joe Namath, Lisa Rinna, Nick Novak, Wes Welker
Former Jets QB Joe Namath created quite a stir when he endorsed pantyhose in the 1970s, but he has nothing on DeMarcus Ware, Clay Matthews and Wes Welker.
Posted: Sunday, March 25th, 2012 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Chad Ochocinco, Brandon Lloyd, New England Patriots, Wes Welker
Chad Ochocinco has reworked his contract to try to remain with the Patriots, according to a league source.
Posted: Saturday, March 17th, 2012 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Aaron Hernandez, Brandon Lloyd, Josh McDaniels, New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Wes Welker
Brandon Lloyd’s reunion with Josh McDaniels in New England is great news in fantasy land.
Posted: Thursday, March 8th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, Bradying, Cam Newton, Dream Team, Eli Manning, Ndamukong Suh, Rex Ryan, Rob Gronkowski, Stevie Johnson, Tony Romo, Wes Welker
These “motivational” posters are not meant to inspire the 2012 NFL Draft class.
Posted: Friday, March 2nd, 2012 | Jason La Canfora Tags: franchise tag, Brent Grimes, Calais Campbell, Cortland Finnegan, Dashon Goldson, Drew Brees, Dwayne Bowe, Josh Scobee, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Forte, Matt Prater, Stevie Johnson, Vincent Jackson, Wes Welker
Barring new contracts before Monday’s deadline, a slew of high profile players will receive the franchise tag from their respective teams.
Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Antonio Brown, DeSean Jackson, Emmanuel Sanders, Hakeem Nicks, Hines Ward, Jabar Gaffney, Mario Manningham, Mike Tolbert, Mike Wallace, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers, Plaxico Burress, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Wes Welker
With Plaxico Burress searching for a new home, he could end up right back where he started from. The Steelers and Giants are both reportedly interested in his services.
Posted: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Chad Henne, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Joe Philbin, Laurent Robinson, Lee Evans, Mario Manningham, Matt Flynn, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Mohamed Sanu, New York Giants, Ramses Barden, Ray Rice, Torrey Smith, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Wes Welker
With Mario Manningham expected to hit free agency, the Giants could consider a number of options for what has become a rather productive No. 3 receiver position.