ESPN's Adam Schefler tweeted and filed a report with EPSN that New England Patriots' wideout Wes Welker appears to have torn both his ACL and his MCL in today's game against the Houston Texans. As reported earlier, Welker went down on the Patriots first series after catching his left foot in the turf following a catch that gave the Patriots a first down. Houston safety, Bernard Pollard, made the stop as Welker crumbled to the ground writhing in obvious pain. Pollard was responsible for the below knee hit which sidelined Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady for the entire 2008-09 season. After being helped to the sidelines, Welker sat on the bench with a towel covering his head. It is not clear whether he was crying due to the pain or upset at the thought of missing the Patriot's playoff run. S ...
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