Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Monday, 16 September 2013

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The receivers on Coach Bill Belichick's chalkboard are dropping off like flies.

NEW ENGLAND - The way that Coach Bill Belichick's New England Patriots are losing receivers they may end up having to put in the team punter at the wide end slot.

Due to the exodus of receivers Wes Welker, the injury to Rob Gronkowski, the convict's role of Aaron Hernandez, and now an injury to Danny Amendola, it doesn't look good for the Beantown team.

And Bill Belichick is so upset he told the team owner that he wants them to do what they have to do to get Wes Welker back.

Quarterback Tom Brady has seconded that motion as he is very upset at the fact that he will now be throwing passes to players that are as unfamiliar to him as some of the Gillette Stadium hot dog vendors.

Even Tom's wife Gisele Bundchen, the sandal model, commented that the New England ownership should not have let Wes Welker slip through their hands.

She said that she texted the team owner Robert Kraft over 18 times telling him that he better do what he has to do in order to keep Wes because he is as dependable as the morning sunrise.

SIDENOTE: Bundchen also criticized the New England organization for getting rid of Tim Tebow who they could have turned into a receiver ala Jason Whitten of the Dallas Cowboys who can not only catch passes but turn himself into a running back once he catches the ball.

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