Wes Welker WR STL 6 days ago

Welker caught a pair of passes Sunday for 13 yards as the Rams fell to the Ravens 16-13.

Wes Welker WR STL 2 weeks ago5 Comments

Welker caught three of his six targets for 32 yards in his season debut Sunday against the Rams.

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Wes Welker WR STL 2 weeks ago2 Comments

Welker is expected to be active Sunday against the Ravens, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

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Wes Welker WR STL 2 weeks ago4 Comments

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher hinted that Welker will be ready for Sunday's game against the Bears, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.

Wes Welker WR STL 7 months ago

Welker has reportedly been cleared by Dr. Stanley Herring -- one of the nation's leading concussion experts -- to continue his NFL career, 9news.com reports.

To date, Welker has had just one free agent visit, with the Dolphins, who ended up signing Greg Jennings, but the veteran wideout -- who turns 34 on Friday -- could well catch on somewhere as a slot option once the dust settles following the NFL draft. In 14 games for the Broncos in 2014, Welker recorded 49 catches for 464 yards and two TDs.

Wes Welker WR STL 8 months ago

Welker is set to meet with the Dolphins on Wednesday, NFL.com reports.

Free agent interest in the 33-year-old wideout has been cool thus far, but if Welker returns to Miami -- where he played between 2004 and 2006 -- he could provide the team with valuable depth and experience, though his days of racking up elite numbers out of the slot are probably over. In 14 games for the Broncos in 2014, Welker caught 49 passes for 464 yards and two TDs.

Wes Welker WR STL 8 months ago

Welker is unlikely to be back with the Broncos in 2015, Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports.

Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are entrenched as the top two wide receivers, and the Broncos presumably want 2014 second-round selection Cody Latimer to be a part of the offense in his second season. Even if he does end up back with the Broncos, Welker will likely just be fourth or fifth on the depth chart, after undeniably declining over the past two seasons.

Wes Welker WR STL 9 months ago

Welker denied reports that he was considering retirement Monday, telling the Denver Post that he is "just getting ready for 2015."Welker has dealt with numerous concussions over the past few years and is coming off a season in which he caught only 49 passes for 464 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games, his lowest yardage total since 2005. He'll become a free agent next month, and while the Broncos could re-sign him, it appears more likely that they'll try to get 2013 second-round pick Cody Latimer more involved in the offense behind Demaryius Thomas -- who is likely to be hit with the franchise tag -- and Emmanuel Sanders.

Wes Welker WR STL 10 months ago6 Comments

Welker is reportedly considering retirement, foxsports.com reports.Between a series of head injuries that he has endured over the past few seasons and his declining production of late, the report indicates that Welker has entertained the notion of calling it a career. For his part, a day after the Broncos were eliminated from the playoffs, when asked about a potential return to the team, the wideout replied,"I don't know. There are a lot of things I've got to figure out in the offseason." Meanwhile, the Denver Post speculates that it's unlikely that the Welker will return to the Broncos. The 33-year-old slot receiver, who is in line to become a free agent next month, caught 49 passes for 464 yards and two TDs in 14 games this past season.

Wes Welker WR STL 11 months ago

Welker had two catches on two targets for 42 yards Sunday against the Raiders.

After catching 73 passes on 111 targets for 778 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games last season, Welker really struggled this year, catching 49 passes on 64 targets for 464 yards and two scores. Quarterback Peyton Manning greatly prefers to throw to wideouts Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, plus tight end Julius Thomas, leaving fewer targets for Welker as they head into the playoffs.