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|Current Player Ranking: 114|
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|07/26/2015||Andre Ellington, RB ARI|
Jordy Nelson, WR GB
Chris Ivory, RB NYJ
Jonas Gray, RB NE
Marques Colston, WR NO
Philip Rivers, QB SD
Kendall Wright, WR TEN
DeSean Jackson, WR WAS
Keenan Allen, WR SD
Josh Gordon, WR CLE
|Wes Welker, WR DEN|
Matt Ryan, QB ATL
Rueben Randle, WR NYG
Julio Jones, WR ATL
Justin Hunter, WR TEN
Greg Zuerlein, K STL
Rams , DST STL
Michael Crabtree, WR OAK
Owen Daniels, TE DEN
Benny Cunningham, RB STL
|07/26/2015||Steve Smith, WR BAL|
Wes Welker, WR DEN
Ryan Mathews, RB PHI
|Josh Gordon, WR CLE|
Terrance West, RB CLE
|07/22/2015||Wes Welker, WR DEN|
Travaris Cadet, RB NE
|Brandon Marshall, WR NYJ|
DeMarco Murray, RB PHI
Rank Among Leaders
Free agent WR Wes Welker: 'I want to keep playing'
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(6/2/15) For a wideout with five 1,000-yard seasons under his belt, free agent Wes Welker might not understand why he remains a man without a team.
After all, he hasn't faded into oblivion statistically. He started eight games last year for Denver and caught 49 passes. He snagged a career-high 10 touchdowns in 2013.
"I want to keep playing," Welker told the Toucher and Rich radio show. He added that he would be open to rejoining the Patriots, for whom he had his finest seasons.
It remains to be seen how much he could produce at age 34 on a team without a premier quarterback. Welker has spent his nearly his entire career catching passes from Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.
Broncos' Wes Welker says concussion expert cleared him to play
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/30/15) Wide receiver Wes Welker, formerly of the Broncos, hasn't had much interest on the free agent market. He's had one visit--to the Dolphins--since he became a free agent in March. Concern over his repeated concussions may be one factor.
Welker told Denver's 9News that he met with one of the country's leading experts on concussions and got a clean bill of health.
Welker visited Seattle's Dr. Stanley Herring in February and was cleared to resume his NFL career.
"I knew there were concerns out there but on top of that I wanted to know for my own peace of mind," Welker said . "If there was something wrong, I wanted to know. The doctor said some people are able to take those hits. They get up and are able to come back from them. And there's some people who get them and they're never the same. For me, everything came out all good. My cognitive tests were good. All kinds of tests came out good. I had a trip to Miami and they're doctors said everything looked good."
Wes Welker visit to Dolphins concludes without a deal
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(4/8/15) Free-agent receiver Wes Welker concluded his visit with the Dolphins on Wednesday, the organization announced.
According to the Miami Herald, Welker left the complex without signing a deal. Welker became a marquee NFL receiver during his six years with the Patriots from 2007-2012. He spent the last two years with the Broncos.
Report: WR Wes Welker visiting the Dolphins on Wednesday
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(4/8/15) Free-agent wide receiver Wes Welker is meeting with the Dolphins on Wednesday, reports the Sun Sentinel.
Welker is an 11-year veteran and played the last two seasons for the Broncos. In 2014, he had his least productive season since 2005. Last season, Welker caught 49 passes for 464 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games.
Welker previously spent three seasons with the Dolphins.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak: Wes Welker wants to keep playing
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/18/15) Broncos coach Gary Kubiak told reporters during his combine press conference on Wednesday that wide receiver Wes Welker has no plans to retire this offseason, per NFL.com.
Welker was reportedly weighing retirement, but he rebuffed those rumors when he told the Denver Post Monday that he's "getting ready for 2015."
Welker will become an unrestricted free agent in March, and Kubiak added that he would "love to have him back" with the Broncos. The 33-year-old, who has dealt with a number of concussions during his career, is coming off a season in which he hauled in 49 passes for 464 yards and two touchdowns. He has 890 catches for 9,822 yards in his 12-year career.
|Wes Welker is still looking for a job at the time of publication after no team signed him at the start of free agency. He doesn't plan to retire despite a history of concussions and turning 34 in May, but his production has suffered the past two years in Denver, including just 49 catches for 464 yards and two touchdowns in 2014, with the catches and yards his worst total since 2005. We'll see where Welker signs if a team takes a chance on him this season, but his best days are clearly behind him. At best, he'll only be worth a late-round flier in the majority of leagues.
(Updated 4/21/15) |