Wes Welker's Denver debut

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March 14, 2013, 6:40 pm
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(NECN) - Former New England Patriot wide receiver Wes Welker made his debut as a Denver Bronco Thursday.

The Patriots fan favorite agreed to a two year deal worth $12 million with the Broncos and was formally introduced at a news conference.

"I'd definitely like to thank New England for the six years there and all the trust and everything they put in me and you know, the opportunities I got. I'm looking forward to being a Denver Bronco and really trying to help this team win and I get to play with Peyton and a good group of receivers and a good offense and definitely looking forward to it," Welker said.

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Tags: New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Wide Receiver, Wes Welker
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