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Wide Receiver, Denver Broncos

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College: Texas Tech
Ht: 5’9”  Wt: 185 DOB: 1981-05-01 Age: 33

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2004 SD 15 1 0 0 0 - 0 0.0 0.0
2005 MIA 16 1 52 29 434 15.0 0 43.9 2.7
2006 MIA 16 3 100 67 687 10.3 1 74.7 4.7
2007 NE 16 13 145 112 1,175 10.5 8 168.9 10.6
2008 NE 16 14 150 112 1,165 10.4 3 137.1 8.6
2009 NE 14 13 162 123 1,348 11.0 4 162.4 11.6
2010 NE 15 12 123 86 848 9.9 7 126.8 8.5
2011 NE 16 15 173 122 1,573 12.9 9 214.3 13.4
2012 DEN 16 0 175 118 1,354 11.5 6 173.4 10.8

Depth Chart
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Demaryius Thomas
WR2WR2 Emmanuel Sanders
WR3WR3 Wes Welker
WR4WR4 Andre Caldwell
WR5WR5 Cody Latimer
WR6WR6 Jordan Norwood
WR7WR7 Isaiah Burse
Broncos Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Wes Welker not ready to retire?     -- Mon Feb 16 6:10 pm --

"Just getting ready for 2015"
Contrary to a report last week, Broncos receiver Wes Welker is not mulling retirement. Welker, who ranks 20th all time among receivers with 890 career catches, said Monday he intends to play on. "Just getting ready for 2015," Welker told The Denver Post via text. cited sources in its report on Feb. 10 that Welker was considering retirement. "Never ever came out of my mouth," Welker said. (Denver Post)

FF Today's Take: Fox's report last week or this week's report in the Denver Post don't paint a clear picture. The Broncos are likely to move forward with Andre Caldwell and Cody Latimer behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders and Welker has battled concussion issues the last two years. He'll be a free agent on March 10th and attempt to catch on with a team in need of help in the slot.
Wes Welker considering retirement     -- Tue Feb 10 3:00 pm --

33-year-old receiver set to be a free agent
The 33-year-old wide receiver, who is slated to become a free agent next month, is considering retirement after several years of head injuries and declining production, sources have told FOX Sports. One of the sources said no final decision has been made, though Wes Welker has told concerned friends, family members and associates he's at least giving serious thought to walking away. (Fox Sports)

FF Today's Take: Welker is coming off his worst statistical season since 2005 with 49 receptions, 464 yards and 2 touchdowns ranking him 83rd among fantasy wideouts in 2014. Welker suffered his third concussion as Bronco this past preseason.
Injury Trio of Broncos return to practice     -- Thu Dec 11 3:00 pm --

D. Thomas, Anderson and Welker all battling ankle injuries
For Broncos, Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and C.J. Anderson back in practice, working with offense. (Jeff Legwold on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: Thomas' lack of involvement last week was curious and Anderson made the comment after the Broncos' win over the Bills that his ankle was bothering him, perhaps suggesting that Thomas' ankle was in worse shape than Anderson's. Ronnie Hillman also returned to practice on Thursday, although his Week 15 availability will probably limited at best. Anderson's owners should be able to breathe easy for this week at least, although it entirely possible that he has done enough in the coaches' minds to remain the featured back.
Injury Several notable Denver players miss practice     -- Wed Dec 10 5:20 pm --

Julius Thomas limited
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Head Coach John Fox had to take a deep breath after his 47-second recitation of an injury report that included 16 names, eight of whom did not practice Wednesday, with six others working on a limited basis. Headlining the eight players who did not practice were running back C.J. Anderson and wide receivers Wes Welker -- who missed last Wednesday's work -- and Demaryius Thomas, who played Sunday after suffering an ankle bruise when he was stepped on during practice Dec. 3. Joining Anderson, Welker and Thomas in missing practice were running back Montee Ball (groin), and tight end Jacob Tamme (ribs). Limited participants: running backs Ronnie Hillman (foot) and Juwan Thompson (knee), and tight end Julius Thomas (ankle). Thomas said this has been "a much better week for me" than recent weeks, in which he also worked on a limited basis but did not play in the game. (

FF Today's Take: Fantasy owners of Denver's players will need to pay attention to the practice reports over the next couple of days. Some players, like Demaryius Thomas, would have suited up if needed but needed an extra day of rest. As the week progress, the injury picture in Denver should start to take form. Additionally, the running game could become muddled very quickly depending on who is healthy enough to play this weekend.

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