Wes Welker is visiting with the Dolphins on Wednesday, according to Ian Rapoport, who notes that it's Welker's first visit of free agency. Greg Jennings met with Miami on Tuesday but left without a deal.
When the Chargers dumped him after just one game in 2004, Welker signed with Miami and proved a jack of all trades. He caught passes, carried the ball, returned punts and kickoffs, and even placekicked. New England threatened to sign Welker to a poison-pill-laden restricted offer sheet in 2007, and the Dolphins sent him northward for two picks, one of which became Samson Satele.
Going all the way back to last summer, the handwriting on the wall has consistently suggested that Welker wouldn't be back with Denver in 2015. Although he caught 10 touchdown passes in 2013, his production shrunk in 2014, and concussions marred his two-year stint with the Broncos.