CBSSports.com "Peyton Manning won't have his second favorite target when Denver hosts San Diego this week. Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Chargers. Welker suffered a concussion in Denver's 51-28 win over Tennessee on Sunday, his second concussion since Nov...." December 11
Btw, I didn't know there was still a question if Wes Welker would play Thursday, he will not.
Fansided "When the Denver Broncos put up over 50 points on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, the win was actually a pretty brutal loss outside of the stat sheet. The Broncos lost slot receiver Wes Welker to a head injury which ended up being a concussion which held him out of the rest of Sunday’s game. It’s..." December 10
Rotoworld "Wes Welker left Sunday's Week 14 game against the Titans with a concussion and will not return. With under a minute to go in the first half, Welker went low to try to catch a Peyton Manning pass and got his neck bent awkwardly by Titans S George Wilson. It's even scarier than usual because Welker..." December 08
Boston Herald "Kyle Arrington’s progression from the Patriots practice squad to becoming one of the most respected slot cornerbacks in the league was aided by daily battles with Wes Welker. Now, even though Arrington won’t feed the hype machine, the two are set to square off in a marquee matchup before a..." November 23
Denver Post "Receiver Wes Welker was listed as probable on the Broncos injury report Friday and is available to play Sunday night on the road against the New England Patriots. Interim head coach Jack Del Rio reported after Friday's practice that if there were a definite category on the injury report, a..." November 23
Welker and Julius Thomas practicing again. Julius looks to be doing more in individual drills than yesterday.
Broncos WR Wes Welker passed the protocol of concussion tests and now is listed as probable for Sunday night's game vs. Patriots.
Boston Herald "Wes Welker was back out on the practice field yesterday for the first time since suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. The Broncos receiver and former Patriot practiced on a “limited” basis, but hopes to be ready for Sunday night’s showdown with his former team. “That’s..." November 22
Wes Welker Is practicing
Wes Welker not practicing.
Denver Post "Broncos receiver Wes Welker initially was evaluated on the field for a neck injury during the Broncos' game Sunday night, and no concussion symptoms were apparent at that time, the team said Tuesday. It wasn't until Welker was on the sideline several minutes later that he began experiencing..." November 20
Denver Post "I have received a lot of e-mails and questions inquiring about Wes Welker’s concussion and how he was treated by the Broncos’ medical team. And so I looked into it further and here’s what I found. Welker, the Broncos’ star slot receiver, had a nice catch-and-run for 20 yards with 11:22 left in..." November 19
ESPN.com "Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker is undergoing concussion evaluation and will not be a full participant in practice until Friday at the earliest. Broncos interim coach Jack Del Rio said that Welker, who was injured in Sunday's win over the Kansas City Chiefs, will undergo baseline..." November 19
Del Rio: Julius Thomas has a knee strain & is day-to-day. Wes Welker had a concussion & will follow protocol this week.
ESPN.com "Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker suffered a concussion on a 20-yard catch-and-run play in the fourth quarter of Denver's 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night. Welker, who has nine touchdown catches this season, started to leave the field and then took a knee. Despite the..." November 18
Denver Post "The Broncos looked far healthier Wednesday, even if the numbers don't quite show it. Three players missed practice: cornerback Champ Bailey, safety Duke Ihenacho and receiver Wes Welker. However, Welker and Ihenacho both had their helmets with them and reported to their positional..." November 07
Manning Decker Welker Franklin and Dreessen are all on the field at the start of practice with helmets.
Pro Football Talk "It’ll be a little harder for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and receiver Wes Welker to work on their chemistry. Coach John Fox said after Saturday’s loss to the Seahawks that receiver Wes Welker sprained an ankle and that he’ll be evaluated on Sunday. Per a league source the Broncos will..." August 18
Boston Globe "Wes Welker and the Patriots had a bit of a messy divorce this past offseason when Welker chose to sign with the Denver Broncos for two years and $12 million instead of re-upping with New England for two years and $10 million (plus incentives). Turns out Welker left the Patriots for more than..." August 07
ESPN Boston "The agency that represented Wes Welker in his contract negotiations with the New England Patriots took issue early Tuesday with owner Robert Kraft's version of how the receiver ended up in Denver. Kraft blamed Welker's reps -- David Dunn and Brian Murphy of Athletes First -- for the..." March 20
ESPN.com "The agency that represented Wes Welker in his contract negotiations with the New England Patriots took issue early Tuesday with owner Robert Kraft's version of how the receiver ended up in Denver. Kraft blamed Welker's reps -- David Dunn and Brian Murphy of Athletes First -- for the..." March 19
Boston Globe "Patriots owner Robert Kraft met with Boston-area media members Monday for the first time since Tom Brady’s contract renegotiation and extension and Wes Welker’s decision to sign with Denver. What happened during the course of that 19-minute question-and-answer session at the NFL meetings, in a..." March 19
CSN New England "An impassioned Robert Kraft trained both barrels on the agents of Wes Welker and unloaded Monday afternoon at the NFL Owners Meetings. "In Wes’ case, we were willing to go what we considered above his market value. For a couple years, we tried to get a long-term deal done with him," said Kraft...." March 18
CSN New England "At the owners meetings last March in Florida, I asked Wes Welker's agent David Dunn if a four-year deal worth about $32 million would satisfy Dunn and Welker and keep Welker in New England. "How much guaranteed?" Dunn asked. About $18 million? "Add about $2 million and that would work,"..." March 18
CSN New England "When asked by Comcast SportsNet's Mike Giardi if he felt undervalued and underappreciated by the Patriots, Wes Welker replied: "I think that's all relative. I'm a Denver Bronco now and I'm excited about it. I'm really not looking in the past . . . Just looking to look forward." And that guarded..." March 15
Boston Herald "Wes Welker took a moment to pay his respects to the Patriots today as he was introduced as a member of the Broncos. “I’d definitely like to thank New England for the six years there and all the trust and everything they put in me, the opportunities I got, but I’m looking forward to being a..." March 15
Denver Post "John Elway is 52 years old, walks on an artificial left knee and hasn't played football since Bill Clinton was president. But Elway can still beat the snot out of New England quarterback Tom Brady. In fact, Elway just did. Hurts, doesn't it, Mr. Brady? Touchdown, Broncos. Wes Welker..." March 14
Boston Herald "Well, that didn't take long. Mere hours after trusty Wes Welker agreed to a two-year deal with the Denver Broncos, the Patriots found Tom Brady a new target, signing former Rams receiver Danny Amendola. The Pats signed ex-Rams receiver Danny Amendola to a five-year, $31 million contract,..." March 14
Boston Herald "After a record-setting six seasons with the Patriots and Tom Brady, Wes Welker will be catching passes and bouncing off tacklers for another team and quarterback — New England nemesis Peyton Manning. Welker on Wednesday agreed to a two-year contract worth $12 million guaranteed with the Denver..." March 14
Providence Journal "Take the money. Wherever it comes from. Sentiment be damned. Because if we’ve learned anything in this Bill Belichick Era, it’s that sentiment is just another word in a musty old dictionary that no one ever looks at. By all accounts, the Patriots didn’t have to go into the witching..." March 13
Rant Sports "Entering the NFL free agency period, the Denver Broncos were said to be in the market for a running back and perhaps a veteran wide receiver this offseason. Now that the team has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Wes Welker, it appears they are giving Peyton Manning the ultimate..." March 13
ESPN says the Broncos are in "serious talks" with Wes Welker, who could be an ex-Patriot by the end of the day. Wow.
Boston Herald "The Patriots and Wes Welker did not consummate a deal. They remain in contract limbo. As it stands, the two sides talked yesterday. But the bottom line is this: They’re not in a happy place. That means the much-anticipated long-term contract between the team and its heart-and-soul receiver..." March 13
Wes Welker has agreed to terms with Denver Broncos.
Boston Herald "The news with respect to the Patriots and Wes Welker coming to terms on a deal today isn’t encouraging. In fact, I’ve heard talks have ended for the day. Essentially, Welker is officially on the open market while the Patriots might now have to consider the possibility of him signing elsewhere...." March 12
Per sources: Talks between Wes Welker and Patriots are over at this point. Welker exploring free agency
Boston Herald "As the Patriots and Wes Welker continue their apparent standoff heading into this afternoon’s start of free agency, Patriots owner Robert Kraft once again voiced his desire for Welker to continue his work in Foxboro. While participating in an NFL event at Rockefeller Center in New York City..." March 12
Boston Herald "Patriots owner Robert Kraft is at the Rockefeller Center in New York City today for the NFL's announcement of a "head health initiative," and reporters on the scene have asked him about Wes Welker. "We want Wes," Kraft said, according to the New York Post. "We really do." If the Patriots..." March 11
NESN "The Miami Dolphins went into 2012 barren at wide receiver. Chad Johnson couldn’t even make it through training camp and Brian Hartline did an admirable job during the season, but it was obvious Miami needed to upgrade the position. The Dolphins have already re-signed Hartline, they’re considered..." March 11
Pats Pulpit "Wes Welker is going to hit the free agent market before any ideas of re-signing with the New England Patriots enter his mind, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. This news comes as something of a surprise considering it was widely reported that the team and Welker were close on a new deal..." March 06
Boston Globe "Yahoo! Sports writer Jason Cole, who posted a story Tuesday morning indicating that Wes Welker has “mild disdain” for the Patriots because of how the team limited his role in the offense in the early part of last season, joined Mut & Merloni on Tuesday afternoon to talk about the..." March 06
ESPN.com "New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has no plans to re-sign with the team before first testing the free-agent market next week, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Unrestricted free agents can officially sign with other teams starting Tuesday. Welker, 31, received..." March 06
Nothing imminent for Welker and the Pats, per source with knowledge of the negotiations.
CSN New England "Wes Welker and the Patriots are closing in on a multi-year contract that would allow Welker to finish his career in New England. An NFL source tells Mike Giardi that the two sides are hoping to have something finalized before the onset of free agency on March 12. According to the source, the..." March 05
Yahoo! Sports "As Wes Welker continues difficult negotiations with the New England Patriots, according to a source and published reports, the wide receiver has an important equation to consider: Does he go for a contract that's worth every possible dollar with a team that is likely not the Patriots? Or does he..." March 05
Boston Herald "Receiver Wes Welker and the Patriots are discussing a contract, but nothing appears imminent, according to sources. These discussions were held independent of Tom Brady's contract extension. However, Brady's new deal has freed up $15 million in cap room over the next two seasons, which gives..." February 26
Bleacher Report "Before the 2012-13 season, the Indianapolis Colts began to be the subject of much speculation as team owner Jim Irsay hinted at a huge trade that was coming prior to the season opener. Numerous big-name players were rumored to be the target, including Mike Wallace and Maurice Jones-Drew. One of..." February 25
Pats Pulpit "If you've been losing sleep regarding the potential departure from New England of one Wes Welker, there may be a silver lining to the bad dream cloud that's keeping you awake. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Patriots may be planning to avoid another tag or the prospect of losing..." February 25
NESN "Wes Welker is in the midst of yet another contract stalemate with the Patriots this offseason, only this dispute could bring about change. The two sides tangoed once last year with the franchise tag ultimately being slapped on the perennial Pro Bowl wideout. The Patriots seem uninterested in..." February 21