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Rotoworld Sep 21, 2014

Wes Welker solid in return from suspension - Wes Welker (WR) Denver Broncos

Making his 2014 debut, Wes Welker caught six passes for 60 yards in Sunday's Week 3 overtime loss at Seattle.
KFFL Sep 21, 2014

Broncos | Wes Welker good to go

Denver Broncos WR Wes Welker ...
Seattle Times Sep 19, 2014

Another tough assignment for newcomer Marcus Burley

Thanks to injuries and offseason departures, the Seahawks find themselves thin at cornerback. Marcus Burley, signed just before the start of the season, could play a key role Sunday matched up with Broncos slot receiver Wes Welker.
Mile High Report Sep 17, 2014
Report: Broncos will get Wes Welker back for Seahawks

Report: Broncos will get Wes Welker back for Seahawks

Wes Welker's suspension is finally... ah, you know the drill. Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker is soon expected to be reinstated. And that's only the fourth time I've written that sentence. After premature reports and false alarms, the NFL and NFLPA have agreed on the revised drug policy that will reinstate the like of Denver's Welker, Dallas' Orlando Scandrick, and as many as 18 others, according to multiple reports, citing multiple league sources. Among those being informed tonight of their reinstatement: Broncos WR Wes Welker, Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick, Rams WR Stedman...
Denver Post Sep 17, 2014
Broncos' Wes Welker to be reinstated Wednesday, says NFL source

Broncos' Wes Welker to be reinstated Wednesday, says NFL source

Once again, there is hope Broncos slot receiver Wes Welker will be reinstated from his suspension.

Defense ready for Scandrick's return

IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick is waiting for his formal reinstatement once the NFL and NFL Players Association come to an agreement on a new drug policy, but his teammates can’t wait for his return. Scandrick has missed the first two games as part of a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy after testing positive for amphetamines in the spring. Under the terms of a new policy, Scandrick, as well as other players, like Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker, will be allowed to play immediately.
Pats Pulpit Sep 16, 2014
The Patriots Offense Was Exactly What the Doctor Ordered

The Patriots Offense Was Exactly What the Doctor Ordered

The Patriots offense was not spectacular and there's plenty of room to grow- but they made adjustments that were necessary for the current state of the roster. The offense has not been great this year. "Good" might be pushing it for a team that ranks 27th in yards per game (or 32nd if you adjust for penalty yards). But Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings was exactly what the doctor prescribed to get the team back on track. In the opening week against the Dolphins, quarterback Tom Brady threw 53 pass attempts, with 10 of them going 20+ yards down the field. The Patriots completed...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 16, 2014
Ravens safety Will Hill could get reduced suspension if/when new drug testing policy goes into effect

Ravens safety Will Hill could get reduced suspension if/when new drug testing policy goes into effect

Hill is serving a six-game suspension for a positive drug test. A lot has been made over Josh Gordon and Wes Welker regarding the two receivers getting reduced suspensions with the drug testing policy that is likely to go into effect in the next day or so. Gordon has previously been reported to be seeing a season-long suspension reduced to 10 games with Welker likely being reinstated immediately. Gordon tested positive for marijuana and got the harsh punishment after being in Stage 3 of the NFL's drug testing program. Welker tested positive for amphetamines and is a first-time offender....
Revenge Of The Birds Sep 16, 2014
Daryl Washington not named among reported players to benefit from new NFL drug policy

Daryl Washington not named among reported players to benefit from new NFL drug policy

Despite the changes, it doesn't appear he will benefit from changes. The NFL and NFLPA are reportedly near an agreement on a revised drug policy. As part of it, many players that are currently suspended will be reinstated or have their suspensions reduced. One player that reportedly will not is currently suspended Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported there will be 20 players whose current suspension will be affected by the new policy, expected to be approved soon. Players expected to be reinstated immediately are Broncos WR Wes Welker, Rams WR...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 14, 2014

Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 9/14

Game Day! Chiefs at Broncos this afternoon. Here is the latest Kansas City Chiefs news to get you ready for kickoff. Go Chiefs!! Wes Welker won't play vs. Chiefs from ESPN The NFL and the players' union did not reach a final agreement on proposed changes to the league's drug policy by Saturday afternoon, meaning suspended players potentially eligible for reinstatement -- like Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker -- will not play Sunday. The NFLPA voted Friday to accept a new policy that would implement testing for human growth hormone and significantly increase the threshold for positive...
Denver Post Sep 13, 2014

NFLPA approval of revised drug policy will erase Wes Welker suspension

Wes Welker could be close to becoming reinstated as a Bronco.Union representatives for the NFL's 32 teams — including Denver linebacker Von Miller — approved the league's revised
Denver Post Sep 12, 2014
Wes Welker to return to Broncos soon as NFLPA approves new drug policy

Wes Welker to return to Broncos soon as NFLPA approves new drug policy

Wes Welker is hours away from becoming resinstated as a Bronco.The 32 team union representatives — including Denver's Von Miller — approved the league's revised drug policy Friday

NFL Players adopt new drug policy

The NFL Players Union today approved a new drug policy that will include HGH testing and higher thresholds for testing positive for marijuana. Here are details from the Associated Press. And more from NFL.com. As the story states, penalties for some players will be reduced or lifted. That doesn't impact any current Seahawks as no Seattle player is currently suspended. However, it could mean that Denver receiver Wes Welker will be eligible when the Broncos play at Seattle next Sunday. Welker, in fact, may be able to play this week. https://twitter.com/ESPNNFL/status/510570985452736512
Mile High Report Sep 12, 2014

Wes Welker's suspension is over; Broncos receiver reinstated following NFL drug policy vote

Wes Welker's four-game suspension is over thanks to a new NFL drug deal. Wes Welker is free to play. But should he? Welker's four-game suspension for violating the league's Performance Enhancing Drug (PED) policy is now a no-game suspension and a warning for violating the league's Substance Abuse policy, the NFL and NFLPA announced today. Welker is among over a dozen players whose suspensions were impacted by the league's new overhauled drug program. The changes to the NFL drug policy were approved Friday, moving Welker's offseason positive test for amphetamines into the substance...
Broncos Gab Sep 12, 2014

New NFLPA agreement

Just saw Josh Gordon’s suspension has been reduced to 10 weeks so he will be suspended for 8 more games after this weekends game. Though it didn’t mention any other players, no doubt Wes Welker, Sean Prater and two others in the NFL will be available for this weekends game if teams are willing to […]

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