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Wes Welker the latest to pull the "aw-shucks-I'm-a-slow-white-boy" routine. You can check his twitter feed for the exact exchange but basically Dante Stallworth gave Wes Welker a nice compliment via twitter saying every team is looking for a Wes Welker these days and that Wes revolutionized the game. What was Wes's response (verbatim): "Haha! A short slow white guy? #not smart" Way to go Wes.
 

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Wes Welker the latest to pull the "aw-shucks-I'm-a-slow-white-boy" routine. You can check his twitter feed for the exact exchange but basically Dante Stallworth gave Wes Welker a nice compliment via twitter saying every team is looking for a Wes Welker these days and that Wes revolutionized the game. What was Wes's response (verbatim): "Haha! A short slow white guy? #not smart" Way to go Wes.


Hopefully that's sarcasm.. Wes punched a hole in his wall when he was not offered any scholarships on signing day in HS. You would think he'd know the deal
 

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Hopefully that's sarcasm.. Wes punched a hole in his wall when he was not offered any scholarships on signing day in HS. You would think he'd know the deal

that's obvious sarcasm, his way of staying humble and downplaying the praise
 
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I hope you guys are right. It got me so mad I didn't even consider sarcasm. Sarcastic or not, it would be like Donovan Mcnabb saying it's not smart for NFL teams to look for the next Mcnabb--what team would want a dumb, lazy, fat black boy as their QB? And to add the hashtag "not smart" to the end, I don't know, I didn't like it.
 

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With 3 catches on Sunday, Wes Welker moves into 23rd place on the NFL's all-time receptions list, (821), passing the great Steve Largent. I'm glad Welker's moving up, albeit slowly, but I hate to see him pass Largent. I look forward to seeing him pass a lot of blacks on his way up the list.

He can join Jason Witten, number 19, with 853, as the only 2 white players in the top 20, if he get 30 more receptions before seasons end.

However, Manning needs to get him the ball more than 3 times a game!
 

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With 3 catches on Sunday, Wes Welker moves into 23rd place on the NFL's all-time receptions list, (821), passing the great Steve Largent. I'm glad Welker's moving up, albeit slowly, but I hate to see him pass Largent. I look forward to seeing him pass a lot of blacks on his way up the list.

He can join Jason Witten, number 19, with 853, as the only 2 white players in the top 20, if he get 30 more receptions before seasons end.

However, Manning needs to get him the ball more than 3 times a game!

Agreed. Manning needs to look at welker and decker first as demeyrius is not consistent.
 

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Welker has said nothing about retiring but the Caste media keeps bringing it up, presumably because of his concussions. He's still a very effective receiver who is about to turn 33, which isn't old for a White receiver, especially one who wasn't used much his first few years in the league.

I haven't read of any inquiries asking Reggie Wayne if he's going to retire -- he's 2 1/2 years older than Welker and blew out his knee last season.

When the anti-White media starts badgering a White player about retiring, it's because they want him to retire. The biggest example is all the articles about how Austin Collie should quit, but none about black receivers who have had multiple concussions doing the same.

From weenieworld:


Wes Welker reiterated Thursday that he has no plans to retire if the Broncos win the Super Bowl. "Of course it would be a good way to end it, but I am still having fun," Welker said. "I am still enjoying the game. I feel good, and as long as I am out there having fun, I will continue to play." A pint-sized slot receiver going on 33 and coming off a concussion-marred season, no one would blame Welker for riding off into the sunset. The $6 million remaining on his contract is a powerful incentive to continue playing, however. Welker will likely give more serious thought to hanging it up in 2015, when he'll be back on the open market.
 

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Another case of the double standard with the stupid media. Gee I wonder who controls them. :question: Lol.
 

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damn talk about desperate to get him out. 2 concussions his entire career and coming off a 73 catch season, which could have been closer to 90. Stokley just retired at 37 and had over a dozen concussions. I guess they are hoping that he calls it quits before he gets 1,000 catches and 10k yards. He is a season away from that, if he is utilized correctly. Edit: a season away from 10k, 2 seasons away from 1000 catches, he is at 841, for some reason I thought he was over 900.
 
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You could make a very good argument that Wes Welker has been the biggest thorn in the side of the caste-system ever. Virtually every significant white receiver playing has probably been compared to Welker at one time or another, and that was a good thing. He has created a niche position and it's been very successful.

You can tell where someone is on the caste scale by finding out how they feel about Wes Welker. Whenever I hear a guy on the radio or tube, or at the bar, snearing about Welker or being snarky about his success I know the guy is a true black supremicist DWF It's a classic litmus test. If I meet a Welker fan its always a guy I know I have something in common with.
 
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Welker has said nothing about retiring but the Caste media keeps bringing it up, presumably because of his concussions. He's still a very effective receiver who is about to turn 33, which isn't old for a White receiver, especially one who wasn't used much his first few years in the league.

I haven't read of any inquiries asking Reggie Wayne if he's going to retire -- he's 2 1/2 years older than Welker and blew out his knee last season.

When the anti-White media starts badgering a White player about retiring, it's because they want him to retire. The biggest example is all the articles about how Austin Collie should quit, but none about black receivers who have had multiple concussions doing the same.

From weenieworld:


Wes Welker reiterated Thursday that he has no plans to retire if the Broncos win the Super Bowl. "Of course it would be a good way to end it, but I am still having fun," Welker said. "I am still enjoying the game. I feel good, and as long as I am out there having fun, I will continue to play." A pint-sized slot receiver going on 33 and coming off a concussion-marred season, no one would blame Welker for riding off into the sunset. The $6 million remaining on his contract is a powerful incentive to continue playing, however. Welker will likely give more serious thought to hanging it up in 2015, when he'll be back on the open market.

You will remember that media types were asking Brett Favre "When are you going to retire?" when he was 35.
 

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You will remember that media types were asking Brett Favre "When are you going to retire?" when he was 35.


I was definitely thinking of that. Favre was badgered so much that I'm glad he eventually created the yearly drama he did.

Roger Clemens was another one. The media seemingly couldn't stand that he was still a very effective pitcher into his 40s. He supposedly had an arrogant attitude, similar to that of Lance Armstrong, so the reflexively anti-White media types were always ready to go into a feeding frenzy over anything relating to Roger.
 

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Disappointed in him to be honest even if he has taken something he thought he could he is a fool such a shame one of my favourite players
 

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His cap number is $8 million this year, so extrapolated over the 17 week season, that one little Molly tablet (or tablets) cost him 1.9 million bucks.

With the sheer number of drug suspensions these past couple years for the same thing, shouldn't these guys know what's in a freaking Molly by now?
 

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Im dissapointed but willing to forgive unlike some dwfs

"effing loser should be banned for life"

in the comments section, I wonder if they were so harsh for the many affletes who did drugs. Oh wait, they did weed which is not supposed to be a big deal, or addictive, yet if it wasnt addictive, Bell and Blount would have had no problem waiting until after the game, in Philly to do it, where possession is less harsh. They got caught because the officer smelled them smoking it as they passed by. The officer was on a motorcycle.

I hope he doesnt have serious problems with drugs, i havent heard of anyone who is hooked on molly because you get pretty burned out, which cant be good for the concussions he has had recently because your mind feels even more out of it. Usually people who do it abuse other drugs though. Welker is in his 30's and shouldnt be doing these kinds of things, It would be more understanding if he were in his young 20's. And at the Kentucky Derby of all places? It doesnt matter if he has money, if he has a problem with drugs that wouldnt stop him. Bill W. was wealthy and lost it all.


frequent use of molly can cause memory problems, so not smart for Wes and much of what is old as "pure" mdma is a bunch of other stuff which can cause even more problems. Ive seen people come in for help with some serious problems, worse than heroin or cocaine. His stuff was cut with amphetamines, i dont think they test for mdma.


Effing loser should be banned for life.
Effing loser should be banned for life.
Effing loser should be banned for life.
Effing loser should be banned for life.

 
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Those **** at Yahoo, who NEVER miss an opportunity to disparage White people have a headline that Welker got caught with a PED. How so? Molly is a recreational drug of cocaine, meth, crack and estasy. No, can't have an athlete dragged over the mud in taking the same sh*t we do on our days off, no lets just say he got caught with PEDs no one will know the difference. F'ing MSM and especially Yahoo.
 

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I think amphetamine is under ped because it can increase alertness, reduce fatigue etc. but he didnt use it in a game. but you could make an argument for weed enhancing performance as some ppl believe it to help to do it before training or competing. I mean all of those Seahawks were testing positive for amphetamines, they said "adderall" but thats all adderall is, 4 different kinds of amphetamine salts. I guess Welker didnt think it would have amphetamine in it so he couldnt get caught. who would have thought, people selling drugs werent honest. It only stays in the system for a few days, so either he got unlucky or was doing it frequently.

I dont understand why he said molly at kentucky derby if it was positive for amphetamine, I would have just went with adderall for something like staying awake (like a kicker said years ago for the Saints, he was trying to stay awake for a long drive)


but your right, they are bashing him hard. That comment I read about he should be banned is ridiculous. Oh how they love when a White guy screws up. Whenever dwfs say Matt Jones cocaine is brought up. They should clarify more that this wasnt the steroid kind of ped.

"It’d be a first offense (stage one violation), and under the league substance abuse policy constitutes a fine in the amount of 3/17 of a player’s base salary, not a suspension."

however, Garrett Hartley was positive for adderall and received a 4 game suspension. Im not sure how many positives all the affletes had.

multiple seahawks were busted for amphetamine and how often does the media bring this up for the "superbowl champs" they had over 5 players test positive for stuff (a few of them were said to be adderall but unsure, they dont really reveal to the public although some stuff is leaked). For the nfl its in the double digits but Welker will get the most scrutiny.
 
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Here is Welker's statement about the PED charge and suspension....

I'm as shocked as everyone at todays news," Welker said in an e-mail to The Denver Post. "I want to make one thing abundantly clear: I would NEVER knowingly take a substance to gain a competitive advantage in any way. Anyone who has ever played a down with me, lifted a weight with me, even eaten a meal with me, knows that I focus purely on what I put in my body and on the hard work I put in year round to perform at the highest levels year-in and year-out. [...]

"I have never been concerned with the leagues performance enhancing or drug abuse policies because under no scenario would they ever apply to me, but I now know, that (drug-policy procedures) are clearly flawed, and I will do everything in my power to ensure they are corrected, so other individuals and teams aren't negatively affected so rashly like this. [...]

 

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Wes is a border-line hall-of-famer who needs a couple more productive seasons. Something like this could be the difference between making it or not.
 

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“I wouldn't have any idea where to get a Molly or what a Molly is,” he said. “That's a joke. I don't do marijuana, I don't do drugs. I don't do any drugs.”
Of all NFL players, I believe that Welker didn’t knowing ingest illegal drugs or PED’s, as he’s been clean his entire career and did everything the hard way. Also, can anyone here remember the last time a white receiver was busted for PED’s in the NFL? I can’t recall a single one. Since the 1990’s, the only whites to ever be suspended for drugs are: RB Travis Jervey, FS Matt Stevens, QB Jim Miller, LB Scott Shanle, OT John Welbourne, LB Gabe Miller, G Allen Barbre, P Brett Hartmann, LB Brian Cushing, OT Ryan Tucker, FB Luke Lawton, OT Luke Petitgout, QB Tim Couch, OG Matt Lehr, P Todd Sauerbrun, FB Rick Razzano, and WR Matt Jones.

Welker most likely ingested (unknowingly) a banned supplement during an off-season workout. Now the most important white player of his generation will be dubbed a “cheater” for the rest of his life.
 
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