Re: DARREN MCKEE:
posted at 1/16/2014 12:12 PM EST
In response to TexasPat's comment:
In response to TripleOG's comment:
You can tell with every interview he does that he doesnt want to be there. Noone to blame but his agent. He was speaking about the patriots way and it was very telling how he talked about accountabilty here and how everyone is expected to do their jobs.
In the end, he scored more TDs, but had less catches and yards and more headaches that may cost him his career. Sad that it came to that all over agents and greed.
We need more Tedy Bruschis on this team.
Come on, now...how can you put this all on Welker's agent? Who does Welker's agent work for...and who has the final say?
Time and again we've seen UFAs change teams for more money. Yet, in the end, they are unhappy. Welker's advancing age and injury problems are catching up with him. Plus, he left his best friend (Brady), and a team in which he was a focal point of the offense...for an offense in which he's just one of many weapons.
The grass isn't always greener, no matter the amount of the green.
well Wes is a player. He does not know the market. Obviously neither did his agent and ultimately yes its on wes but his agent was in his ear telling him bad info. Wes pays his agent to get him a deal. His agent had bad info and got him a bad deal because He WANTED to stay here. Blame him, agent, both. I dont care. He is gone.