The Broncos are expected to make the three-wide look their base offensive formation this season.
Updating a previous item, Wes Welker's agency says the Patriots' lone offer was presented as "take it or leave it."
Wes Welker's agent insists the Patriots never made an offer.
Wes Welker declined to take shots at Bill Belichick during his introductory press conference with the Broncos.
A source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that the Titans also pursued Wes Welker.
According to ESPN Boston, Wes Welker turned down a two-year deal worth close to $15 million from another AFC team before accepting the Broncos' two-year, $12 million offer.
Wes Welker's two-year, $12 million deal with the Broncos is fully guaranteed.
Broncos agreed to terms with WR Wes Welker, formerly of the Patriots, on a two-year, $12 million contract.
NFL.com confirms the Broncos have made a "multi-year offer" to free agent Wes Welker.
The Boston Globe's Greg A. Bedard reports free agent Wes Welker is "very likely" to sign with the Broncos.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Broncos are in "serious talks" with free agent Wes Welker, and are "trying to hammer out an agreement."
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports free agent Wes Welker is "seriously considering bolting" New England after the Patriots' contract offer came in "substantially lower" than Welker anticipated.
According to the Boston Herald, the Patriots and free agent Wes Welker were "miles apart" when talks broke off Tuesday.
Sources tell Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that talks between free agent Wes Welker and the Patriots are "over at this point."