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January 30, 2014 3:30 PM

Broncos’ Wes Welker doesn’t sweat the pass that got away in the Super Bowl

Denver wide receiver Wes Welker didn’t need to be reminded about the last time he appeared in the Super Bowl. Playing for the New England Patriots two years ago, the normally sure-handed Welker dropped a second-down pass from quarterback Tom Brady that would have picked up a first down with 4 minutes to play and likely iced Super Bowl XLVI. Instead, the Giants came back won 21-17.

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