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Wes Woodhead

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Id say its about as likely Welker knowingly took PEDs as it is a bunch of white frat boys gang raping an ugly black stripper. However this is almost certainly the end of Welker as a respected, big numbers WR. Id like to hear Welkers statement about the whole deal.
 

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Most of the comments I've seen on the internet are knocking the suspension.

Pop a molly - 4 games
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I think alot of fans will forgive him he seems a person more rated by fans than the media who call him a product of a system and other rubbish. For what its worth i believe him probably something in a supplement but nothing more. He will come back stronger just a shame he is some what tarnished albeit in my view unfairly.
 

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Here is a pretty interesting article comparing the careers of Wes, and Larry Fitzgerald.

http://www.si.com/nfl/2014/10/06/nfl-week-5-larry-fitzgerald-wes-welker-cardinals-broncos

She refers to Welker as "diminutive", and dosent make the obvious connection that Wes wasnt drafted because he is White. Still, in the end she says he will be in the HOF. He now has more receptions than any undrafted player in history.

Also notice how she points out that Fitzgerald couldnt make his grades in High School. (Which means if he was White he never woulda played High School ball. White boys have to pass in order to play.)
 

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This Bleacher Report article has some plausible reasons for why Welker hasn't been signed and may not be. But just read the comments after by the DWF simpletons. Almost all of them nothing but ridicule of Welker. Wes had a fantastic career and was a true Caste-buster, but his "White brothers" can't stand him. True lemmings who have absorbed all the media propaganda. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2410063-why-cant-wes-welker-find-work
 

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I attribute Welker's "decline" to Denver's (and more specifically, Elway's) management practices.

Welker's numbers have declined for the last couple of years, which not so surprisingly started when he was traded from the Patriots to the Broncos.

In other words, a new team, with a different offensive philosophy does not necessarily mean his is declining. It means that Welker has gone from playing a primary target for Brady, to just another "slot" guy for Manning.

Welker's numbers should also be considered within the context of the atrocious, under-use of Wes in terms of play calling by coach Fox (hello Tim Tebow), along with the melanin- challenged overhaul of the Broncos roster.
 

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All the comments on that twitter link are jokes about concussions. Did he even get a concussion last season? DWFs are something else.

And did Welker even suffer any concussions before playing with Manning?

Welker’s first career concussion occurred in a game against the Titans in Week #11 of the 2013 season.

His second concussion occurred three weeks later (Week #14) in the 2013 season.

His third concussion occurred 10 months later in a 2014 pre-season game against the Texans.

While in New England, he never sustained a documented head injury of any kind. As you mentioned, every single DWF commentator beneath every article written about Welker since the season ended is pleading with him to retire “while he can still remember his name,â€￾ among other idiocy. After one sub-par season in which he was completely ignored by Manning in the passing game, the DWF’s believe that Welker’s skills are greatly diminished. Based on what? Being trapped in an offense with D. Thomas, J. Thomas, and Sanders? I think he could step in for Julian Edelman today and easily log another 100-catch, 1,000-yard campaign.
 

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Guys, after the 1st concussion I would seriously consider retiring. The 2nd I am done. No matter what . Life after football last another 50 or 60 years. Do I want to be rumbling and stumbling idiot for the rest of my life? Avoiding daily tasks? And asking for help to get home in the neighborhood. No way. If I am Wes call it a career.
 
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THe whole concussion craze is only going to result in less, and less White players. Boxers get punched in the head for 20 years or more, and not all of them are punchy.

Welkers situation these last couple years has been disappointing to say the least. The man was on pace to rewrite several parts of the record books. He was in a situation most White WRs could only ever dream about. He played in those super bowls where they lost by one in a million fluke plays. In one of them he had like 13 catches, and would have been super bowl MVP had they won. The DWFs even liked him.....
Then he went to Denver where he was buried with no reason. Now the DWFs hate him. What mindless idiots they are. To rub salt in the wounds his old team wins the elusive Super Bowl title without him. They didnt NEED him.

Id say its more than safe to say that Wes Welker is THE most important football player of the last 10 years for OUR cause. Nobody else made negros, and DWFs scratch their heads, and say "damn that whiteboy is good!".
 

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Wes Welker went to a concussion specialist and got a clean bill of health.

Welker is a former pro bowler and has had multiple seasons with over 100 catches. He is also a good punt returner.

Welker is still available in free agency. Even at the age of 34 Welker could help a team as a slot receiver and punt returner.
 

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Latest thing I saw was a possible 1 year deal with the Seahawks. At this point, Wes is trying to cement his hall of fame resume. Another season with even 50 catches for 500 yards and a few TDs would move him up the all time lists. He's also very high on the all purpose yards including kick and punt returns.
 

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Latest thing I saw was a possible 1 year deal with the Seahawks. At this point, Wes is trying to cement his hall of fame resume. Another season with even 50 catches for 500 yards and a few TDs would move him up the all time lists. He's also very high on the all purpose yards including kick and punt returns.

Which is why the corrupt, anti White NFL has tried, and succeeded at sabotaging his career these last three years.
 

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31 year old Lance Moore, who caught all of 14 passes last year for Pittsburgh and who was never remotely as good a receiver as Welker, signed a one year contract with Detroit yesterday while Welker remains without a team.
 

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Wes remains unsigned, but clearly has no intention of walking away from the game...

http://blog.masslive.com/patriots/2015/06/former_new_england_patriots_wr_7.html

With only 178 yards remaining to reach 10,000 for his career, let's hope this all-time CF favorite benefits from early training camp injuries to #2 and #3 WR's and finds a squad. If not, it's been a great career...

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Wes remains unsigned, but clearly has no intention of walking away from the game...

http://blog.masslive.com/patriots/2015/06/former_new_england_patriots_wr_7.html

With only 178 yards remaining to reach 10,000 for his career, let's hope this all-time CF favorite benefits from early training camp injuries to #2 and #3 WR's and finds a squad. If not, it's been a great career...

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Looks like Wes may yet play in 2015, and with the Pats no less: http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12996891/wes-welker-open-reunion-new-england-patriots

I think it would be a fitting end to his career, and certainly another chance at getting his first ring.
 

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Looks like Wes may yet play in 2015, and with the Pats no less: http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12996891/wes-welker-open-reunion-new-england-patriots

I think it would be a fitting end to his career, and certainly another chance at getting his first ring.

In my opinion, there’s absolutely no chance that Welker ever suits up for New England again. Firstly, the Patriots are stocked with flankers (the “Z†position) and slot WR’s (the “H†position), and Welker doesn’t play at split end WR (the “X†position).

Edelman (“Zâ€), Amendola (“Hâ€), and Brandon LaFell (“Xâ€) are the clear-cut starters heading into the 2015 opener.

Brandon Gibson was signed this offseason, likely as Edelman’s backup.

Brian Tyms and former 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] round bust, Aaron Dobson, are likely LaFell’s backups.

Former 4[SUP]th[/SUP] round bust, Josh Boyce, will likely compete with white rookie, Zach D’Orazio, to be Amendola’s backup.

Though I’d love to see him on the team, I don’t believe that Welker would fit on this squad…and even if he did, he’d only be stealing snaps/catches from Edelman, Amendola, Gronk, and Chandler.

Also, Welker’s feud with Bill Belichick is another reason he’ll never be brought back. The Rex Ryan foot-fetish incident, two off-seasons of lengthy contract disputes, the Talib WR-screen incident, Welker talking bad about Belichick after joining the Broncos, etc.
 

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I think Welker will play this year. He's probably asking for more money and/or more years than teams are willing to offer.

He'll probably end up signing a low end contract, maybe for close to the minimum.
 

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Wes still has no interest, but the recent injury to Kelvin Benjamin could spur the Panthers to sign the veteran...

The Panthers will first look at internal options to replace Benjamin. Rookie Devin Funchess who was drafted in the second round this year is the best candidate, but the Charlotte Observer is reporting he is out for a few days with a hamstring strain. Outside of the rookie, the Panthers have Ted Ginn Jr, Jarrett Boykin and Jerricho Cotchery. While they are quality options, the Panthers will likely be forced to sign someone off the free agent market which has a few marquee names sitting around.

According to Dan Hanzus of NFL.com, the best option for Carolina could be Wes Welker who is healthy and waiting on a deal. He put up a career-low 9.5 yards per catch last season with the Denver Broncos, but is one of the most productive slot receivers in the league. If the Panthers need someone he is the best option and would sign a cheap contract. Reggie Wayne would do the same as he sits available. Wayne told ESPN that he wants to play one more season and preferably sign with a contending team. The Panthers fit that bill.

http://www.sportsworldreport.com/ar...ed-ginn-gr-jarrett-boykin-help-cam-newton.htm
 

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Welker's wife game birth to twins back on August 10th...

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Congrats to one of the all-time greats! Hope he somehow finds his way back into the league in the near future.
 

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Wes had a workout with the Caste Giants this week, but wasn't signed...

The New York Giants held their weekly workouts on Tuesday, but ultimately decided to pass on the big names — wide receivers Hakeem Nicks and Wes Welker, as well as former Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley.


But that's not to say no contracts were handed out, as the team signed wide receiver Tavarres King to their practice squad.
 
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Wes had a workout with the Caste Giants this week, but wasn't signed...


Wes was definitely barking up the wrong tree there. It's a crying shame to watch even the greatest of white players get run out of the league by the Caste System. Wes also has the unneeded extra burden of having to overcome the hysteria created by the Junk Science aficionados running amok amongst the already burdensome Marxist Media Mavens. I would truly love to see him get one more chance to string a few more good seasons together.

I found this article somewhat surprising in this day and age :

http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2015/10/wes_welker_looked_quick_and_worked_out_well_for_th.html
 
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