WR Wes Welker recently ran his football camp for kids and while he was there, held a Q&A session with the media where he opened up about his rehab, time away, and Tom Brady. To read the full interview, click here. follow the jump to read some highlights. To see Wes Welker cutting a rug at the Celtics/Magic game Saturday night, click here.
How’s the rehab?
“Yeah, it’s going good so far. It’s a long process but I feel like I’m making a lot of strides.”
“No, it’s fine. I guess that’s a good thing. I’m just trying to stay pain free. If you’re feeling pain, you need to stop doing whatever you’re doing. We’ll move along pretty well.”
Plans for the upcoming OTA’s?
“I think it’s good to be here. I’m going to be around here, in Boston, for the next month working and seeing the guys and watching the films and all the minicamps, critiquing guys and things we can do better, things that we can work on. That’s kind of why I’ll be around. I’ll be more of the veteran type guy, hanging out, and rehabbing at the same time and doing all that stuff.”
How does Brady look? (Brady and Welker often play catch out in California)
“He looks really good. He’s working hard, he’s getting after it. It’s always ‘one more’ with him. If it’s not perfect, it’s ‘another one, another one.’ He’s like ‘two more to this side’ and I’m like ‘So that’s about 10.’ You love to see it, but at the same time, you’re looking at your watch and like ‘My parking sticker is about to run out of time here. Let’s go.’ It’s good to see.”