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.