Bert Breer called to talk with Toucher & Rich about the New England Patriots placing the franchise tag on Wes Welker, what other teams franchised players, Randy Moss working out for the New Orleans Saints and what he’s doing with his free time in Indy.
There’s no question that Wes Welker, more than just about anyone else, deserves a long-term contract that rewards him for being grossly underpaid since 2007.
Just as expected, the Patriots officially placed the franchise tag on wide receiver Wes Welker on Monday, according to the Boston Globe’s Greg Bedard.
Jermaine Wiggins joined Felger and Mazz to discuss the future of Wes Welker in New England. Will the Pats place the franchise tag on Welker?
The New England Patriots will likely place the franchise tag on receiver Wes Welker, according to a report.
The agent for New England Patriots guard Logan Mankins is denying his client has asked for money or is holding up a potential settlement in the NFL Labor negotiations.
There are a few obstacles that remain in ending the NFL lockout, and as it turns out Patriots guard Logan Mankins may be one of them.
Felger and Massarotti opened the day by showing a little compassion. They discussed the Patriots placing the franchise tag on Logan Mankins.
The New England Patriots have placed the franchise tag on All-Pro offensive lineman Logan Mankins, who held out the first seven games of the 2010 season in a contract fight.
The franchise and transition tag numbers for 2010 have been released by the NFL. If the Patriots and nose tackle Vince Wilfork don’t agree on a contract extension by late February, the team is expected […]