Wes Welker brushes aside questions about retirement

Wes Welker Press Conferene

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The Denver Broncos are playing the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl 48. Of course much of the talk leading up to this game has been about whether or not members of the Denver Broncos will retire should they win the Lombardi trophy.

Wes Welker did not commit to either while speaking on Sunday.

“I think so. We’ll see what happens,” Welker said. “I’ve definitely been blessed with 10 more years than I ever thought I would play in the NFL. I’ll just keep on playing until they tell me I can’t anymore.”

Concussions have been a concern with the 32-year-old Welker. He played in 13 regular season games catching 73 passes for 77 yards and 10 touchdowns. Recently he has been sporting an over-sized helmet in hopes of avoiding another.