By all accounts—his own, his teams’, and a top NFL-affiliated concussion specialist’s—Wes Welker is healthy and ready to play. St. Louis badly needs a receiver. Still, when the Rams announced they signed Welker to bolster their etiolated passing attack, my first reaction was disappointment. It’s a strange feeling, to…
Diminutive, oft-concussed receiver Wes Welker is still looking for an NFL job. Champ Bailey wishes he’d stop.
Undrafted, a horse owned by NFL wide receiver Wes Welker, stormed from last place to take a surprising win at today’s Grade 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes on the final day of the Royal Ascot.
ESPN's Kevin Van Valkenburg has a new feature out about Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker. I'm sure it's good, but I really can't say for sure right now because I have spent the last 30 minutes or so thinking about this particular passage:
Wes Welker took a nasty hit to his back from Patriots safety Devin McCourty, and the Broncos receiver stayed down on the field for a bit. (Meanwhile, Brandon Browner intercepted the tipped pass.) Welker got up on his own, and his return is probable, somehow.
The NFL and the player's association have finally agreed on a new performance-enhancing drug testing policy. Under the new guidelines, HGH testing will be immediately implemented, and a few players who were suspended under the old policy will be free to rejoin their teams and play this Sunday.
Pro Football Talk reported last night that the NFL and the players are "very close" to a sweeping overhaul of the league's drug policy and procedures, one that may or may not include the long-debated HGH testing. But multiple sources are reporting other changes, ones that if they had been in place over the last year…
Patriots QB Tom Brady was asked for his thoughts on former teammate Wes Welker, who's about to start serving a four-game suspension for amphetamine use. (One report claimed Welker took adulterated molly at the Kentucky Derby; Welker has denied it.)
Well, damn. According to Adam Schefter, the NFL will give Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker a four-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. Welker reportedly used amphetamines. (Update: Molly?)
In the final seconds of the first half of Texans-Broncos last night, Houston safety D.J. Swearinger hit Wes Welker with a shoulder pad/forearm shot to the helmet. Though he did so slowly, Welker did get up on his own and took himself out of the game. He immediately went to the locker room where it was determined he…
So, about all that money Wes Welker was walking around with at the Kentucky Derby, some of which he passed out to adoring fans: Churchill Downs wants it back.
Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker was at the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, and he had a grand ol' time. It's pretty hard to have a bad time when you've got stacks upon stacks of cash in your hand.
Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker and his wife were on vacation in the Virgin Islands last week, relaxing near the water. Their beachside companion isn't very talkative.
Yesterday, Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker sat down for a remote interview with Off The Record host Michael Landsberg—whom we've seen conducting strange interviews before—and he did not have a very good time. After reluctantly answering a handful of questions, Welker just got up and left.
New England's top cornerback was removed from the equation early in the second quarter, when, sticking to Demaryius Thomas on a crossing route, he was hit low by Broncos WR Wes Welker and left with a knee injury. Belichick was his usual circumspect self after the game: "That was a key play in the game...He's a key…
Anything for the playoffs. What concussions? No, seriously, what concussions?
Andrew Luck and the Colts spoiled Peyton Manning's homecoming in Indianapolis to the tune of a 39-33 win over the Broncos, and Luck's rushing touchdown in the third quarter made the changing of the guard as obvious as Manning's missed receivers and interceptions.
Wes Welker and a few of his new Denver teammates are on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated. Inside, Welker talks about the standard new-guy-in-the-fold stuff, like adjusting from one system run by a legendary quarterback to another. He also discussed his time in New England with Bill Belichick, who is…
It's being reported by just about everybody on Twitter that Wes Welker, after six seasons in New England, has signed a two-year deal to join the Broncos. He'll join a receiving corps that includes Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas, which, jesus.