• Wes Welker sustains concussion during Broncos vs. Texans

    Summary of 19 articles · Updated Aug 28, 2014
    The Broncos think, or maybe it’s hope, that Wes Welker will be back after his latest concussion. This is the third concussion Welker has suffered in his last 10 games. Welker, because of his concussion history, will bear watching in the coming days and weeks. Welker caught a 9-yard pass across the middle with seconds to play in the first half of the Broncos' preseason game Saturday against Houston. He left a game on that date against the Kansas City Chiefs , was reported by the team to have a concussion when he left a Dec. Business is business and at the end of the day you have to transition to what is next," Ware said Tuesday. For most of Emmanuel Sanders ' NFL career, he has done his business as a wide receiver in that high-impact, high-traffic area where slot receivers roam.
    • Wes Welker cleared to travel, not to play

      As Broncos receiver Wes Welker recovers from a third concussion in his last 10 games, Welker has received medical clearance to travel to Dallas for the preseason finale against the Cowboys. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Welker has not yet b…
    • John Fox: Broncos will take it slow with Wes Welker

      Broncos coach John Fox will often begin answering injury questions with the phrase “I’m not a doctor, …” but on Monday he sounded almost like one. According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, Fox was careful not to describe Wes Welker’s concussion as “mild.” …
    • Fox says concussed Welker in good spirits

      Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker was in good spirits Monday as he begins his recovery from a concussion suffered Saturday night, coach John Fox said.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • John Fox uncertain of Wes Welker's return; Montee Ball responds to hits

      Hits dominated the post-practice discussion Monday, following Wes Welker's third concussion in 10 months and Montee Ball's preseason debut last Saturday.
    • For Welker and other players, how many concussions are too many?

      The NFL’s concussion protocol contains very clear steps for ensuring that a player has fully healed from a given brain injury. But the league has yet to develop a standard for determining whether a given player has had too many brain injuries. As the fi…
    • Brady: 'It's tough' to see Welker concussed

      New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said Monday morning it was hard to see former teammate and good friend Wes Welker sustain his third concussion in less than a year Saturday and that he tries to do what he can to protect his own receivers.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Does Manning bear blame for Welker’s latest concussion?

      When former Patriots receiver Wes Welker committed a much-publicized (and lamented) drop in Super Bowl XLVI, few blamed his quarterback for throwing a grossly inaccurate pass. Now that current Broncos receiver Wes Welker has sustained his third concussi…
    • Broncos making contingency plans for Welker absence

      The Broncos think, or maybe it’s hope, that Wes Welker will be back after his latest concussion. But plans are being made, just in case. “We have a next-guy-up mentality around here,” wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said, via Troy Renck of the Denver Pos…
    • Peyton Manning Penalized For Jawing At Texans DB Who Concussed Welker

      In the final seconds of the first half of Texans-Broncos last night, Houston safety D.J. Swearinger hit Wes Welker with a shoulder pad/forearm shot to the helmet. Though he did so slowly, Welker did get up on his own and took himself out of the game. He…
      Source: deadspin.com

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