Broncos receiver Wes Welker has been cleared to play as of Monday after missing the past three and a half games with a concussion he suffered Dec. 8 against the Titans. Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that Welker has been fully cleared after the concussion that kept him out for the last three games of the regular season. The Broncos took wide receiver Wes Welker with them to Oakland on Sunday, but he didn’t play in the 34-14 victory over the Raiders. "He's been cleared to play," Fox said. He also suffered a concussion Nov. The best shot of a return comes in the form of Webster, whom the team considered letting play in his cast on Sunday before leaving him inactive. The Denver Broncos will have their full allotment of wide receivers when they open their postseason Jan.