Belichick on Welker: Nothing to add
March, 19, 2013
By Mike Reiss | ESPNBoston.com
PHOENIX -- Patriots coach Bill Belichick met with reporters at Tuesday's AFC coaches breakfast, addressing a number of topics, including Wes Welker's free-agent defection to the Broncos.
Mike Reiss/ESPNBill Belichick wasn't interested in talking about Wes Welker's departure on Tuesday morning.
"There are changes every year on every team," Belichick said, when asked if it will be odd not seeing Welker in the team's offense.
Asked a follow-up question on if it was a tough negotiation, Belichick said: "I think Wes was everything we hoped we would be when we traded for him. He was tough, competitive and very productive. I think what Robert [Kraft] said yesterday covered it pretty thoroughly. I don't have anything to add to that."
Later, when asked another Welker-based question, Belichick said: "I agree with what Robert said yesterday. I thought he did a good job explaining the situation. I don't have anything to add to it. It's been covered, very thoroughly."
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