Receiver Wes Welker has agreed on a two-year contract with the Denver Broncos that would end his time with the New England Patriots, Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway said on his Twitter account.
Mike Wallace joined the Miami Dolphins as the National Football League’s free agent signing period began, while the Philadelphia Eagles released Pro Bowl cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and the Buffalo Bills cut starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Former Pro Bowl wide receivers Percy Harvin and Anquan Boldin are on the verge of switching teams as the National Football League’s free-agent signing period begins today with fellow wideouts Mike Wallace, Greg Jennings and Wes Welker among the top players on the market.
Tom Brady agreed on a three-year contract extension that will save the New England Patriots about $15 million against the National Football League’s salary cap over the next two years, Sports Illustrated reported.
The New England Patriots designated Pro Bowl wide receiver Wes Welker as their franchise player ahead of yesterday’s National Football League deadline, while Houston Texans running back Arian Foster avoided the tag by agreeing to a long-term contract extension.