The Miami Dolphins will be visited by the famous player they let get away. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport , Wes Welker’s doing the first known visit of the offseason, the future Wednesday. Back in 2004, after a one-game with the Chargers, the undrafted 33-year-old pass-catcher made his name heard and begun his productive career. Gaining experience and forming a good communication with his team-mates, he caught 67 passes for 687 yards and one touchdown in his third season in South Beach. So, he managed to impress Bill Belichick, who traded second and seventh round draft picks for the rights to the receiver.
Reaching a higher level, Welker became one of the most productive slot receivers in the history of football. He earned 1,000 plus yards in five out of six seasons with the New England Patriots. His two last seasons were spent with the Denver Broncos, though. After 11 seasons, his career has been put in jeopardy, consequence of a rash of concussions. Unfortunately, he missed two contests after just eight games last season having a PED suspension. He managed to score just 49 receptions and 464 yards receives after his lack of separation. If the Miami Dolphins decide to add Welker at this level, he’d be seen more like a mentor to the young receiving corps such as Jarvis Landry or Kenny Stills.