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Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Wes Welker Talks About Leaving New England on the Dan Patrick Show [VIDEO]

Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Wes Welker joined the Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday and spoke about leaving the New England Patriots. Welker singed a 2-year, $12 million contract last month with the Broncos after six seasons in Foxboro with the Patriots.

Patrick asked about what wasn’t known about the process in the off-season with the Patriots and Welker said he and Tom are a little disappointed that they aren’t playing together still, but  its part of the business.

Patrick also asked Welker about the different throwing styles of Peyton Manning and Brady, but Welker hasn’t had any workouts with Manning yet to see what is different.

The Dan Patrick Show airs on Sports Radio 1340 The Fan Weekdays from 9 to 11 am and at 1pm.

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