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Troy Renck: It would be a surprise if Wes Welker returns

Troy Renck: It would be a surprise if Wes Welker returns

Denver Post reporter Troy Renck gives his opinion on whether Wes Welker will return to the Broncos in the 2015-16 season on The Sports Show on March 27, 2015The post Troy Renck: It would be a
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Packers in the hunt for Wes Welker, per report

The team is reportedly in the receiver market. When the Green Bay Packers re-signed Randall Cobb to a long-term deal, many assumed that their attempts to augment the receiving corps had concluded. However, the team may still be looking for ways to improve the group. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Green Bay has its eye on free agent wideout Wes Welker. Welker seems an odd target for the Packers. He turns 34 in May, has a history of injury and is coming off his worst season since his rookie year. Meanwhile, the team is currently stocked at wide receiver, with Jordy Nelson, Cobb,...
Denver Post Mar 15, 2015
Paige: Broncos to rely on many players instead of a few

Paige: Broncos to rely on many players instead of a few

The Broncos have lost Thomas, Pot Roast & Mr. Potato Head (Terrance Knighton and Orlando Franklin) and Rahim Moore. Wes Welker, Jacob Tamme and Nate Irving haven't gotten a sniff - and, presumably, could return to Denver at Costco pricing.
Pats Pulpit Mar 12, 2015

Patriots Restructure Wide Receiver Danny Amendola's Contract

The wide receiver's contract was restructured today. According to several reports, the New England Patriots and Danny Amendola have agreed to restructure the wide receiver's contract. ESPN Boston's Field Yates offers the following information on the new deal: Source: Patriots WR Danny Amendola has restructured his deal. New base value is $12.75M over 3 years, he can still earn the full $15M though — Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 12, 2015 Amendola, who was signed by the Patriots as an Unrestricted Free Agent in 2013, was meant to replace Wes Welker in New England's offense....

Brian Tyms back in fold for Patriots

The New England Patriots didn't make third-year receiver Brian Tyms a qualifying offer prior to the start of free agency Tuesday, making him a free agent. But it now seems that was more of a logistical decision than anything else, as Tyms has quickly re-signed with the club. Tyms had five catches for 82 yards and a touchdown last season, turning a strong preseason into a roster spot. He played in 11 games (two starts) and was on the field for 126 of the team's 1,133 offensive snaps (11.
Patriots Gab Mar 10, 2015

Patriots sign WR Brandon Gibson

The Patriots have sign former Rams and Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Gibson to a one-year deal worth $825,000. I liked Gibson a few years ago when the Rams released him and I still like him today. He could be a nice return for cheap money for the Patriots. His role in the offense would be to play […]

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