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Pats Pulpit Feb 19, 2015

2015 Patriots GIF of the Year: Ryan Allen's Insane Punt vs 2012 1st Round Picks

The third seeds play host! 3. Ryan Allen's Insane Punt Is this the most majestic special teams play by a Patriots kicker since Adam Vinatieri? Probably, right? It doesn't win overall special teams because the Wes Welker Broncos fumble in overtime is the greatest in that time frame. But is this the best kick? Danny Aiken skips the snap into the end zone, which is terrifying with the Patriots down three against the then-#1 defense in the league in the first quarter. Ryan Allen recovers the ball and just boots it to the moon, has it bounce off of the ISS, and land roughly 80 yards away near...
Big Cat Country Feb 19, 2015

2015 NFL free agency: Broncos who could be Jaguars targets

With coaches fired and it likely being Peyton Manning's last season in Denver, could several Broncos be looking to jump ship early? The Jacksonville Jaguars need veteran upgrades on offense and youth on defense. And guess what the Denver Broncos are offering in their 2015 NFL free agency class? Although the Jaguars haven't historically signed a lot of Broncos, that doesn't mean they won't have their eye on some guys when free agency opens in a few weeks. Who is a free agent in March? Here's the full list: Name Age Position Cap Hit Status Wes Welker 33 WR $7,647,059 UFA Demaryius...
ESPN Fantasy Football Feb 17, 2015

Wes Welker planning to play in 2015?

All we know for certain about Wes Welker's future in the NFL is that he is set to become an unrestricted free agent in a few weeks. Beyond that, there...
Mile High Report Feb 16, 2015

Broncos free agent receiver Wes Welker tells reporter he wants to play "two more" seasons

Despite multiple concussions, Wes Welker plans to return to football in 2015. Last week, FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reported that veteran receiver Wes Welker was considering retirement after "several years of head injuries and declining production." The report made sense, but Welker says it is not true. Welker told the Denver Post's Mike Klis Monday that the idea of retirement "never ever came out of (his) mouth." Instead, he plans to play for two more years, according to CBS 4's Vic Lombardi. Wes Welker told me he wants to play two more years. — Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) February...
Denver Post Feb 16, 2015
Wes Welker preparing for 2015, not mulling retirement

Wes Welker preparing for 2015, not mulling retirement

Despite an earlier report that Wes Welker was considering retirement, the Broncos' receiver and pending free agent told The Denver Post that he intends to play next season.
Denver Post Feb 16, 2015

Wes Welker preparing for 2015, not mulling retirement

Contrary to a report last week, Broncos receiver Wes Welker is not mulling retirement.
FFToday Feb 16, 2015

Wes Welker not ready to retire?

Just getting ready for 2015 Contrary to a report last week, Broncos receiver Wes Welker is not mulling retirement. Welker, who ranks 20th all time among receivers with 890 career catches, said Monday he intends to play on. "Just getting ready for 2015," Welker told The Denver Post via text. FoxSports.com cited sources in its report on Feb. 10 that Welker was considering retirement. "Never ever came out of my mouth," Welker said. (Denver Post) FF Today's Take: Fox's report last week or this week's report in the Denver Post don't paint a clear picture. The Broncos are...
KFFL Feb 16, 2015

Broncos | Wes Welker intends to play in 2015

Denver Broncos impending free-agent WR ...
Boston Herald Feb 16, 2015
McCourty or Gostkowski could wind up franchised

McCourty or Gostkowski could wind up franchised

The NFL offseason is underway. For the Super Bowl champion Patriots, it’s been a quick turnaround toward what we’ll now call the “Drive for Five.”With that in mind, Bill Belichick & Co. hit the first significant mark today — the first day for teams to designate franchise or transition players. NFL teams have from Feb. 16 to March 2 to apply one of those tags.The Patriots last used a franchise tag in 2012, on wide receiver Wes Welker. Is there a reason to drop one on anyone now?

Report: Wes Welker mulling retirement instead of free agency

Is Wes Welker’s career over? According to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports, that is a real possibility. Welker, 33, is set to become a free agent next month but is instead considering retirement after several years of head injuries and declining production. One of the sources told Garafolo that “no final decision has been made” […]
Mile High Report Feb 10, 2015

Wes Welker mulling retirement, per report

Wes Welker's days in orange and blue appear to be numbered. One of the most heralded undrafted wide receivers in NFL history is contemplating his departure from the Denver Broncos and, possibly, his retirement from the league. No, this isn't 2007, and we're not talking about Rod Smith. Wes Welker is not expected back with the Broncos in 2015, Ian Rapoport reports, while FOX Sports' Mke Garofolo reports that the 12-year veteran is contemplating retirement. While no final decision is made, Welker is talking openly about his decision-making process with friends and family, Garofolo...
FFToday Feb 10, 2015

Wes Welker considering retirement

33-year-old receiver set to be a free agent The 33-year-old wide receiver, who is slated to become a free agent next month, is considering retirement after several years of head injuries and declining production, sources have told FOX Sports. One of the sources said no final decision has been made, though Wes Welker has told concerned friends, family members and associates he's at least giving serious thought to walking away. (Fox Sports) FF Today's Take: Welker is coming off his worst statistical season since 2005 with 49 receptions, 464 yards and 2 touchdowns ranking him...
Mile High Report Feb 8, 2015

Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - Those boots were made for walkin'

Good Morning Broncos Country! In examining the list of Broncos UFA, here are the ones that should not be resigned for 2015 and beyond. The staff ranked each of the 12 UFA set to hit the market from 1-12 in order of importance. If a player has a hig her number such as 12, they are LESS IMPORTANT to the roster--at least in our eyes. This first list will include players that the Broncos could afford to lose to the market, or players that the Broncos should let go without contention. 12. WR Wes Welker (11.48 staff average) When the Broncos first signed Welker, it seemed like his addition would...

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