The oft-injured but highly productive Wes Welker could be returning to the team that gave him his first NFL start.
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The Miami Dolphins are reportedly bringing in WR Wes Welker in for a visit after former Pro Bowl WR Greg Jennings left without signing a deal.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reported that the Dolphins, who first signed Welker to the active roster back in 2004 after he was released from the San Diego Chargers, are bringing back their former WR for a visit with a chance of signing him.
Former Dolphins WR Wes Welker is visiting the Dolphins today.
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) April 8, 2015
The Dolphins traded Welker to the division rival New England Patriots in 2007, but Welker would go on to have a wildly successful career as Tom Brady’s primary pass catcher, recording 672 receptions, five 100+ catch seasons and leading the NFL in catches three times.
Welker joined the Denver Broncos in 2013, but various game-ending injuries left him with multiple concussions and threw his NFL future into doubt.
ProFootballTalk reported early Wednesday morning that former Pro Bowl WR Greg Jennings, who the Dolphins had brought in for a workout yesterday, left Miami without a deal, but added that there remains the possibility Jennings could still sign with the team at a later date.