New England Patriots four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Wes Welker has signed his $9.4 million…
Kraft wants Welker to be a 'Patriot for life
Welker recently claimed that the Patriots lowered their contract offer to him, but did sign his franchise tender and reported for workouts.
"Anyone can say whatever they want," Kraft said. "He's done a great job for us. We're always trying to do whatever we can do to put our team in the best position to win. That means balancing a lot of things, understanding what the cap is, what the cap growth is, how things fit in the system and we try to have values for every position and every player."
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