Wes Welker leaves Patriots, signs with Broncos
If we thought Day 1 of NFL free agency was a gut check, then nothing could prepare us for the stunning move that sent shock waves on Wednesday. Wes Welker is no longer a member of the New England Patriots, folks. Can you believe that? WEIGHING
The Broncos will sign former New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker to a two-year contract, Elway, Denver's executive vice president of football operations, announced Wednesday. The deal is worth $12 million, a person with knowledge of the contract
Wes Welker is gone. Denver Broncos exec John Elway announced via Twitter that Wes Welker and the Broncos have agreed to a two-year contract. According to ESPN, the contract is worth $12 million.
Wes Welker didn't cash in with a mega-contract. The Patriots just didn't want him anymore.
Does Wes Welker's move to the Mile High City make the Denver Broncos a lock to roll through the AFC in 2013? Or will the deal go down as another high-profile free agent signing that turns out to be a disappointment? Five reasons why it's a good move. 1.