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Topic: wes welker

Welker up!

Visual evidence that one of Beantown’s top athletes isn’t championing the Celtics tonight.


Gazette staff
It appears that Oklahoma City native Wes Welker, who nabbed a whopping 122 receptions worth 1,569 yards in offensive yardage for the playoffs-dominating New England Patriots this season, is ready for the Thunder’s 7 p.m. tipoff against the Celtics tonight.
Monday, January 16, 2012

Facebook fumble


Gazette staff
Wes Welker’s wife apparently forgot that social media isn’t the safest place to say mean things about famous people. Anna Burns Welker, whose husband is the Oklahoma City native-turned-New England Patriots wide receiver, recently vented her frustration on her personal Facebook page following the Patriots’ 28-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The sporting life

OKC star athletes plan to serve more than three-pointers and receptions.

Food and Drink Features

Greg Horton
Two high-profile athletes with Oklahoma ties are using their celebrity status as a launching pad for metro restaurants slated to open later this year.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Kraft, cheesed


Gazette staff
With figurative egg sliding down his face, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft tried to explain why he let All-Pro wide receiver Wes Welker get away. That was unusual since the Patriots rarely offer any rationale for their decisions.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Hair today


Gazette staff
What do you get a guy who has everything? For Denver Bronco and Oklahoma City native Wes Welker, it’s hair transplants.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Kickin’ it

Fields and Futures event gives OKC schools — and communities — a running start at bright futures. The Oct. 6 event welcomes sports stars and local celebrities to Webster Middle School opening.


Giancarlo Gonzalez

Tim McLaughlin, founder of Fields and Futures, remembers taking a bus tour with the Wes Welker Foundation to see the athletic fields of the Oklahoma City School District in order to determine which ones would get funding.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013