Monday night was do or die for just about everybody. The entire season hinged on one game. And Patriots WR Wes Welker treated it like a Super Bowl … and he dropped the ball.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft told NFL Network on Tuesday he would like Wes Welker “to be a Patriot for life.”
The debate over Patriots WR Wes Welker’s future is raging. He signed his franchise tender, but then spoke out about how poorly the negotiations are going. Few don’t believe Welker is worth big money for his production now. But it’s when you get a little bit into the future when it gets dicey. Welker is, after all, 31 years old, and he has taken a lot of hits. He plays fearlessly over the middle, which may be why he’s been beat up. In discussing a possible extension, it may be instructive to look into the past. That’s what I did, examining the last two slot receivers who have starred for coach Bill Belichick — Wayne Chrebet and Troy Brown. Are […]
Patriots WR Wes Welker officially signed the franchise tender Tuesday, calling it a “leap of faith.” I’ll call it something else — his best option.
The New England Patriots have used their franchise tag on WR Wes Welker, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin told “NFL Total Access” Saturday that he believes Wes Welker of the Patriots is “bar none” the best receiver in the NFL.
Posted: Monday, September 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Wes Welker, Andre Caldwell, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Davone Bess, Denver Broncos, Eric Decker, Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, Mike Thomas, New England Patriots
Going beyond the surface stats, Jason Smith says there are values to be found at the wide receiver position.
How do you know when you’ve been hit harder than usual in an NFL game? Try when your separated from the decal on your helmet.
When Patriots WR Wes Welker stepped to the podium on Thursday, he worked in a reference to feet on his first answer. And then he didn’t stop.