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Wes Welker “not sure” if Sunday’s game was his last in New England

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With the Patriots’ season over, receiver Wes Welker becomes an unrestricted free agent and heads into an uncertain future. Welker said after the game that he doesn’t know if he was playing in New England for the last time.

I’m not sure,” he said, via CSNNE.com. “I’m not worried about that right now.”

Welker played the 2012 season on the franchise tender of $9.5 million. If the Patriots franchised him again in 2013, they’d have to guarantee him an $11.4 million salary. That’s a lot, but then again losing Welker would be a lot for the Patriots to lose. Last year Welker indicated that he was unhappy playing on the franchise tender, but he declined to get into how he would feel about it this year.

“I’m really not worried about it at all,” Welker said. “Tough loss. Just try to get over it at the moment.”

It was particularly tough for Welker, who had eight catches for 117 yards and a touchdown but also had a couple of big drops. Welker has been one of the Patriots’ best and most reliable players in recent years, but he may have walked off the field having lost his last game in a Patriots uniform.

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  1. craigkintexas says: Jan 21, 2013 9:53 AM

    Most NFL teams would love to have him in the slot.

  2. gochargersgo says: Jan 21, 2013 9:53 AM

    Its become pretty clear over the past year or so that welker has a really small “catch radius”. If the ball is even a little off target he rarely catches it.

  3. gochargersgo says: Jan 21, 2013 9:55 AM

    Ravens can talk all they want about class but they have none. They criticize the patriots yet Suggs and others are yapping like a bunch of hounds everytime they win. Not to mention their leader is tied to a murder case.

  4. 2difshoe says: Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM

    Come on over to the eEars, Marshall could use another threat and great player too.

  5. romaraven says: Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM

    This pint size shimo will only have success in the Belicheat “system”.

  6. polegojim says: Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM

    Without Welker… NE is very sick.

    Seems to be the only WR who can consistently run a route and get open.

    Time to shake it up in NE – feeling tired and stale.

  7. totallyuselessme says: Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM

    He had a good run, but the Patriots won’t pay Welker what he’s due and he knows it. It’s just not how they do business.

    Unfortunately I don’t think there’s any other team will suit him that well, and his performance without Brady and Belichick won’t be so stellar.

    The Patriots need to find some more answers to fill the void. It’s clear at this point that when they’re missing key parts (Gronk, Hernandez, or Welker who’s soon to be gone) the remainder of their weapons without them simply aren’t good enough to be a championship team.

  8. reed20fence says: Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM

    People can knock him all they want but this guy is the cause of the rising blood pressure of a lot of opposing fans watching at home.

    Smart, bold, dangerous.

  9. 2difshoe says: Jan 21, 2013 9:57 AM

    Come on over to the Bears, Marshall could use another threat on the other side.

  10. ravenator says: Jan 21, 2013 9:59 AM

    Well Im glad the Ravens could send you off in true fashion. Shouldve been the AFC representative last year. Poetic justice feels so much better though. Go Ravens! Superbowl bound!

  11. tharoostah says: Jan 21, 2013 10:00 AM

    Wes Welker “came up a little short” or “dropped the ball” so to speak once again. On the first drive he dropped an easy catch on 3rd and 2 and the Patriots had to punt. His 2nd drop however was a game changer. Up 13-7 on their first drive of the 2nd half (after forcing the Ravens to punt) on 3rd and 8, Brady hit Welker in the hand again and he drops it. This time it led to an 87 yd TD drive that changed the game. Other than that he had a productive game. Without his drop in the Superbowl last year the Pats would have another ring.

  12. lhr4 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:00 AM

    Good! I keep hearing rumors that Elway wants to make a powerplay for him. Anything to break up the Evil Empire of Cheatery.

  13. finsfan4life1977 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:04 AM

    Well Wes, with an 11.4 million dollar price tag, let me be the one to assure you that it was your last game in New England.

  14. beretta96d says: Jan 21, 2013 10:05 AM

    I think it’s a big mistake to let him walk. He’s Brady’s outlet when it hits the fan. Losing him would mean more hits to Brady who appears to be losing his edge a little already.

    A couple of years ago, Brady likely would have taken a hit to get the last few yards and a 1st down, and his time management was historically better. I believe if you take away his safety cushion, there will be more second guessing and confusion, and this is coming from a Pats fan.

  15. redandgoldhitman52 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:07 AM

    wes welker signs with the 49ers

  16. jalbs says: Jan 21, 2013 10:10 AM

    Cheating…Spygate…seriously isn’t about time that retort to anything Patriots related is retired? They didn’t win 3 title due to doing something that EVERY team has done or was doing. They were videotaping signals…which is ALLOWED in the NFL rules and regulations. The problem was from where they were videotaping. Enough already!

    As far as Welker he will probably be gone. He has been an immense producer in this offense since he got to NE in 2007 but the last few seasons he has had key drops in key games that overshadow that production. He clearly shouldn’t shoulder the blame as it seems since Brady got hurt in 2008 that he turtles when teams get physical with him. His throws have been off target on most of the drops but they were catchable balls. The Pats will have a healthy Edelman who is a poor man’s Welker. They need to get someone like Bowe who can out jump defenders and get down the field. Sorry to say I think Welker is gone.

  17. jtchernak says: Jan 21, 2013 10:12 AM

    We need more well rounded receivers like in the super bowl years. Like 3 or 4 good receivers not 1 great receiver

  18. fwippel says: Jan 21, 2013 10:14 AM

    The Patriots need this guy. I know the team has been making overtures in recent years that Welker was being phased out. Even Belichick would call that nonsense now. The offense needs him.

  19. mazblast says: Jan 21, 2013 10:17 AM

    Keep in mind that the decision may not be entirely Welker’s. The Patriots could decide to say, “Hail, and farewell”, even though that could make Giselle’s escort somewhat pouty.

  20. mrlynch33 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:18 AM

    Niners fan in RI. Hats off to the Ravens. Anyone else getting sick of seeing Ray Lewis cry? Further more his dance at mid field against the Colts was one of the most classless things I have seen. It reminded me of T.O. on the star in Dallas as a Niner.
    Should be a great Superbowl. Imagine what may have happened if Denver knew what clock management was.

  21. sdb74 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:20 AM

    Welker is good but he had a critical drop very late in the SB last year that could have ensured victory. His drop on 3rd down yesterday when it was 13-7 Pats was huge last night.

  22. jimnsota says: Jan 21, 2013 10:26 AM

    I have to beleive if Welker isnt signed. Patriots would love to get in trade talks for Percy. He would be dynamic in that offense.

  23. rockthered1286 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:27 AM

    While I agree Welker is their only consistent weapon on O (by the way, good job picking up Lloyd who is due $4.5M next year and plays like a 3rd WR) I think they’d be just fine sticking Edelman into that slot next year and hardly skip a beat. Welker is not worth $11.5M and there will be several teams out there willing to pay him more than the Pats. Personally, I’d peg him for any of the Florida teams.

  24. rapskins says: Jan 21, 2013 10:29 AM

    Pats will be fine without Welker. They’ve got the young Edelman coming back, and don’t forget they have Jake Ballard coming off IR. Remember him? The big, young productive TE they got for nothing from the Giants.
    They will be fine……

  25. dubblelznhell says: Jan 21, 2013 10:30 AM

    Welker to Broncos…

  26. trojanwarrior007 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:33 AM

    Edelmann will fill in quite well.

  27. timmons94 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:35 AM

    going to the super bowl means NOTHING if u lose…and Ravens will lose…btw Suggs talks a good game after the win, did he even play yesterday ???

  28. rc33 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:36 AM

    Welker the ultimate foot soldier but I think it may be time to move on. Whether people want to acknowledge it or not, the drops have become increasingly troublesome. Second half of the season it seemed like there were two-a-game, minimum. That 3rd down drop yesterday was huge as Flacco then went on a 90-yard drive and Balt. never relinquished the lead. Clearly one of the biggest plays in the game.

  29. cowpiesnotcowboys says: Jan 21, 2013 10:39 AM

    $11.4M isn’t an unfair price for him. It’s only about $100k per big game drop.

  30. promickey says: Jan 21, 2013 10:41 AM

    I believe Welker will accept the reality and accept less money to stay with the Patriots. Athletes decline in value with age, that’s the reality.

  31. hockeyfan28 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:48 AM

    He’s a Texas kid the Cowboys makes sense he has key 4th quarter drops Romo throws key 4th quarter interceptions Jerry can spend Monday morning blaming the running backs and special teams coaches….again

  32. dezno24 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:49 AM

    Once he dropped that ball on that crucial 3rd down, the game completely changed. Think he played his last game there.

  33. kingjoe1 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:50 AM

    2005 –
    Michael Vick voted to his third probowl and no one knew he killed dogs for sport

    American Idol was in its 4th season

    UFC 51 was held

    Sony releases Playstation Portable

    Tiger Woods wins his 4th Masters

    The last time New England Patriots and the genius Billy B won a superbowl.

    Guess Welker hasnt helped very much.

  34. romaraven says: Jan 21, 2013 10:50 AM

    Let me make one thing clear about the pint size shimo. He had short arms and jelly hands. He is unable to make those beautiful graceful catches that long arms or strong hands can make happen. He needs Brady throwing it at his puny chest and the he hears the chants of “run Forest, run”. If he’s smart he’ll take the pay cut and stay where he can prolong his career.

  35. electionconfidential says: Jan 21, 2013 10:51 AM

    Wes Welker doesn’t get enough credit for constantly getting open. People just criticize him when he drops one occasionally because it’s not politically correct to criticize Brady.

    What Welker does better than anyone is get open fast out of the slot. He’s going to benefit most from a quarterback with a very quick release. That’s one reason he’ll seem less success outside of New England.

    I don’t like NE, but I think the best thing for them and for Welker would be for him to stay put. He’s worth more to the Patriots than he would be to most teams although he could be really dangerous with a team like the Packers or the Broncos.

  36. jagsfan1 says: Jan 21, 2013 10:54 AM

    He was also not too “sure” handed yesterday either :)

  37. 1grub says: Jan 21, 2013 10:54 AM

    I think Wes might be done in NE. He has many costly drops over the last few years.

  38. itsfootballbaby says: Jan 21, 2013 10:54 AM

    He’s a great slot received, but I think his talent is maximized in the New England system. I doubt he’d be as effective on a lot of other teams.

  39. rocketcrab says: Jan 21, 2013 10:55 AM

    gochargersgo says:
    Jan 21, 2013 9:55 AM
    Ravens can talk all they want about class but they have none. They criticize the patriots yet Suggs and others are yapping like a bunch of hounds everytime they win. Not to mention their leader is tied to a murder case.
    _________________________________

    And this relates to Wes Welker’s future how?

  40. 1oldpro says: Jan 21, 2013 10:58 AM

    Though I don’t pull for his team, I think Wes Welker is an amazing receiver.

  41. medialovesthecowboys says: Jan 21, 2013 10:58 AM

    ANY team that signs him next year is going to realize this guy is the product of a system.

  42. coltsluckdynasty says: Jan 21, 2013 11:00 AM

    Patriots fans get awful touchy when you mention spy gate. The FACT IS THIS. Since caught, the patriots just ironically haven’t won the big game…. Yep, that’s not enough evidence that the wins are now forever tainted, and Brady’s legacy is now a joke. Patriots***

  43. bolts0621 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:03 AM

    His best days are behind him. He’s great for piling up meaningless numbers…he’s terrible in the clutch…he’s destined to end up in Miami or Jacksonville where the spotlight is much lower.

  44. blackbug99 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:06 AM

    It’s time for the Pats to move on. And for footballs sake get the coach out of a hoodie!!

  45. mike913 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:09 AM

    jets sign welker and he becomes their new wayne chrebet

  46. patsfiend says: Jan 21, 2013 11:14 AM

    The Pats and Welker need each other. Sign a reasonable deal, Wes. Restructure, Tom, so the Pats can swing the little guy a little more dough. I’d like to see Welker retire a Patriots (or at least play a few more years.)

  47. thetooloftools says: Jan 21, 2013 11:15 AM

    As long as Wes doesn’t want EXTREME money, he should return to the Pats. He did EXACTLY what randy Moss didn’t. He shut up and balled and wasn’t a distraction. He handled it like a man and should be rewarded. I know Bill tries to break people off when they are on the decline, but Welker is still a solid go to guy.

  48. skarfacci says: Jan 21, 2013 11:17 AM

    Yeah he drops a few. But he gets targeted about 200 times a year. The most targeted receiver of all time.

  49. mezanine10 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:23 AM

    There’s something to be said about being a tall WR. All of Welker’s key drops (critical drop in last year’s Superbowl, yesterday’s big drops) are usually high balls that Welker has to catch above his head. Julio Jones and Calvin Johnson make those catches look easier. Welker has been incredible for the Patriots but he’ll never be a ‘real man’ WR that lines up on the outside.

  50. jackdaniels1 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:32 AM

    polegojim says:
    Jan 21, 2013 9:56 AM
    Without Welker… NE is very sick.

    Seems to be the only WR who can consistently run a route and get open.

    Time to shake it up in NE – feeling tired and stale.
    _______________________

    Tired and stale? This offense was what, the 4th or 5th best ever in terms of points scored? What more do you want – 700 points?? Gotta give credit where credit is due and that’s to the Ravens. They had a plan, stuck to it and made the plays when they needed to. Kudos especially to the Ravens coaching staff, they were prepared whereas the Pats played not to lose. And don’t underestimate Ray Ray. Granted he’s not the same player he once was but is still effective and once he got back was a huge spark, the guy is one determined SOB this year and it rubs off on everyone else. Once again a team is peaking at the right time.

    The comments today are hilarious though….the Pats suck, are classless, bla bla bla. What team has been this good for so long – name one!! And Spygate – guess what fellas, there’s blood on your hands and you’re all guilty too. If you want to vacate the wins then vacate every Superbowl before that too. Let’s be fair. there’s a reason you’re all enjoying today….you’ve been getting your butts kicked for the last decade and you’re tired of it…I get it. So enjoy MLK day but after the Superbowl Vegas will put the Pats as SB favorites next season once again!!!

  51. cwdonald314 says: Jan 21, 2013 11:35 AM

    It is unlikely that Welker will be back, as there are plenty of good wide receivers in this years college draft. It would make sense to invest in some younger talent that can work within the system and allow the Patriots to upgrade other parts of their team too, including the secondary and potentially another running back.

  52. chiwizlive says: Jan 21, 2013 11:42 AM

    The Denver Broncos have the welcome mats ready,come on down…

  53. pixelito says: Jan 21, 2013 11:50 AM

    NYG fans love Welker… Keep droppin!

  54. cletusvandam says: Jan 21, 2013 11:50 AM

    The Patriots should start contract negotiations with Welker by asking him how much he wants. When he gives them a number tell him they are going to deduct $1 nillion dollars per drop the last couple seasons. He will end up owing the team money to resign.

  55. rnt2000 says: Jan 21, 2013 12:01 PM

    Come on over to the Bills we could use another good receiver. Time to tear down that New England winning era.

  56. kev86 says: Jan 21, 2013 12:01 PM

    Another big drop.

  57. kev86 says: Jan 21, 2013 12:02 PM

    Welkers drop on 3rd and 7 in 3rd led to ravens scoring drive down by six. All Ravens after that drop.

  58. dcapettini says: Jan 21, 2013 12:05 PM

    What is wrong with you people? The guy had 8 receptions for 117 yards and NE’s only TD of the day and you want to pin the blame for losing the game on him? NE fans are spoiled by success. There are 28 teams that did not make it to the conference championship game. How about Brady’s bouncing passes off Pernell McPhee twice? Or his fumble when he saw a blitz coming? Look at the stats. NE outplayed the Ravens in almost every category. It was the turnovers that lost the game.

  59. swagger52 says: Jan 21, 2013 12:11 PM

    Patriot fans are so spoiled to not recognize the value of Wes Welker. That guy has extended Tom Brady’s career.

    One thing about playing the Ravens….the players on the other team who play like a Raven stand out.

  60. jprcox says: Jan 21, 2013 12:13 PM

    The Pats need to remake a large portion of their team, and spending $11m on a WR probably isn’t the best choice. Pats need a new defense in the worst way, as you cannot always come out and try to win shoot-outs. That works with teams that have so/so defenses, but a good defense team leaves PATs gasping to keep matching scores.

  61. lordstanley65 says: Jan 21, 2013 12:14 PM

    You all talk about replacing Welker with Edelman and say there would be no difference? Please. How did that work out at the beginning of the season for the Pats? Look how fast they backed off that and plugged Welker back in. They are screwed without that man in their lineup. I’d love to see Oakland overpay him to go there, never happen, but one can dream.

  62. all4patriots says: Jan 21, 2013 12:21 PM

    This is another reason why it’s so tough to stay in a position where you contend for titles every year in the salary cap era.

    You can be in a position where core essential players are allowed to walk away simply for salary reasons: Perhaps Welker now, Richard Seymour via trade, Asante Samuel, Deon Branch in 2005, Willie McGinest, Ty Law, and Lawyer Milloy before them, and maybe others.

    In the 80s when there was no cap, you just chose to write the check for many of these guys, with no down side.

  63. charleythedinosaur says: Jan 21, 2013 12:37 PM

    I think they should resign Edelman for a quarter of the cost and use the money from letting Welker walk to sign Mike Wallace or Dwayne Bowe. Also they’ve got to find a suitable backup to Gronk. The way that guy plays he’s going to miss a couple of games a season. And we’ve seen how stale their offense can look without him.

  64. riverhorsey says: Jan 21, 2013 12:46 PM

    Welker is good for a 3 year deal at 21 mil

  65. kurtrose says: Jan 21, 2013 12:49 PM

    [quote]Come on over to the Bills we could use another good receiver. Time to tear down that New England winning era.

    Buffalo is where football players go to die!

  66. bearasstruth says: Jan 21, 2013 1:14 PM

    Welker will be signed by the Pats under the franchise tag!!

  67. rockthered1286 says: Jan 21, 2013 1:34 PM

    dcapettini says:
    Jan 21, 2013 12:05 PM
    What is wrong with you people? The guy had 8 receptions for 117 yards and NE’s only TD of the day and you want to pin the blame for losing the game on him? ….How about Brady’s bouncing passes off Pernell McPhee twice? Or his fumble when he saw a blitz coming? Look at the stats. NE outplayed the Ravens in almost every category. It was the turnovers that lost the game.
    ___________________
    #1-Welker had key drops that ended drives.
    #2-Welker picked up 36 junk yards on the last drive under 2 minutes & down 15, so really you’re looking at 7 for about 80- good not great. And his TD was blown coverage by the way.
    #3-Brady didn’t “bounce” anything off McPhee. McPhee got his hands up and batted those down. 1 for a pick.
    #4-Baltimore lead in rushing, red zone efficiency, turnovers, time of possession, & ypc. If you look at the second half alone, Baltimore dominated EVERY SINGLE CATEGORY. So no, turnovers were not the deciding factor here.

  68. rockthered1286 says: Jan 21, 2013 1:39 PM

    timmons94 says:
    Jan 21, 2013 10:35 AM
    going to the super bowl means NOTHING if u lose…and Ravens will lose…btw Suggs talks a good game after the win, did he even play yesterday ???
    _____________________________
    You’ve been saying the Ravens will lose the past 3 weeks and yet here we are.

    By the way, Suggs put Brady on his backside twice yesterday and forced double teams all day, but I don’t blame you for not knowing since you were probably watching replays of past Steeler SB’s reliving the good ol’ days and telling yourself that “if my team was in the SuperBowl we’d win for sure,” when that couldn’t be any further from the truth. ENJOY THE PROBOWL!!!

  69. immafubared says: Jan 21, 2013 1:40 PM

    They showed him on the bench in the 4th with about 10 minutes to go and this guy looked gased. The whole team looked gased.

    I think the previous week took the stuffing out of them and the Falcons. The big scoring, the come from behind, all of it took the players to the limits of exhaustion and it showed in the second half for the Pats and Falcons. There was nothing left in the tank.

  70. immafubared says: Jan 21, 2013 1:43 PM

    I was kind of wondering if they had anyone but Welker? Don’t they have other receivers on this team that can get open? Wow, the running game and passing game just was awful yesterday. Flat flat flat

  71. malab377 says: Jan 21, 2013 2:24 PM

    Welker is a hell of a player. I’m a really big fan of this guy. But he had big drops in the last 2 years, in the last Superbowl and in yesterdays game, and $11.4 millions is a lot!

    The Patriots need to look in the future. I mean, in 5 years, there will be no more Brady or Welker. They should make a move to get Danny Amendola.

    And please, with all the savings, teach Brady how to run…

  72. dowhatifeellike says: Jan 21, 2013 2:37 PM

    The Pats are more of a ‘system’ team than a ‘personnel’ team. They can find another Welker.

    If I were the GM of another team, I’d have zero interest at the salary he’s looking for. He’ll end up with another team for around $10mil over 2 years and he’ll be average at best.

  73. bullcharger says: Jan 21, 2013 3:01 PM

    Since the 1993 Bills the record of teams that lost the Super Bowl the year before is bad. Only 4 (now 5) playoff victories in total. Also, only 4 (now 5) teams have had 11 wins the next year and none of those teams won a playoff game at all until the Patriots this year. Not so bad.

    I think they will come back pretty strong again next year. Brady will want to play in the first cold weather Super Bowl.

  74. quicktaker says: Jan 21, 2013 3:12 PM

    Welker would work out well in Dallas, St. Louis, or Green Bay. I bet quick release QBs like Romo, Bradford, and Rodgers would use Welker effectively.

  75. jwreck says: Jan 21, 2013 4:14 PM

    craigkintexas says: Jan 21, 2013 9:53 AM

    Most NFL teams would love to have him in the slot.
    _______
    2difshoe says: Jan 21, 2013 9:57 AM

    Come on over to the Bears, Marshall could use another threat on the other side.
    _________
    craigk- 100% true; but the question is how many teams are willing to pay Welker’s market price for a great slot receiver? Which leads into 2difshoe’s point: Welker is a truly great slot receiver, possibly one of the GOATs, but nothing more.

    Because of the fantasy points he puts up, people forget that he isn’t actually a “threat”. He is one of the NFL’s most reliable 3rd down, checkdown, and outlet options, but he isn’t a guy who will stretch the field opposite Marshall and give Cutler a true No. 2 receiving threat.

  76. punkyqb says: Jan 21, 2013 4:24 PM

    bullcharger says: Jan 21, 2013 3:01 PM

    Since the 1993 Bills the record of teams that lost the Super Bowl the year before is bad. Only 4 (now 5) playoff victories in total. Also, only 4 (now 5) teams have had 11 wins the next year and none of those teams won a playoff game at all until the Patriots this year. Not so bad.

    I think they will come back pretty strong again next year. Brady will want to play in the first cold weather Super Bowl.
    ————————————————————-
    If he wanted to play in the first cold weather SB he was born about 25 years too late.

  77. dkhhuey says: Jan 21, 2013 5:01 PM

    Yes – I am sure there are plenty of teams that want a receiver who can be counted on to drop several passes at critical points in crucial games! For the Patriots – I’m sure they can find a rookie or 2nd year veteran that can continue to drop big time passes hitting them directly in the hands

  78. matthewcarlson1 says: Jan 21, 2013 5:04 PM

    Here’s hoping nobody gives the Patriots another first rounder for him. Seems like they always have 2 number 1 picks.

  79. mannyzteam says: Jan 21, 2013 5:09 PM

    Up to this point Wes has been a good little foot soldier.

  80. Frazier28/7 says: Jan 21, 2013 5:29 PM

    Percy Harvin trade to New England for Jerod Mayo…

  81. cunninda says: Jan 21, 2013 5:31 PM

    Welker was in the top 10 in catches and yards again this year. There are several teams that will gladly pay what he asks. And he’s not from Texas…he’s from Oklahoma. You shouldn’t type comments if you don’t know what you’re talking about.

  82. blackngold4life says: Jan 21, 2013 9:53 PM

    Keep dropping crucial passes in crucial games and he wont have to guess..

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