Wes Welker, Matt Cassel reunite at camp for kids

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June 27, 2009 at 02:48pm ET

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Here's a good article published this afternoon in the Boston Herald talking about New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker and former Pats QB Matt Cassel reuniting at Welker's high school at a charity football camp.
"Looking at it from when I was younger, this is like a once in a lifetime type of opportunity that a lot of kids wouldn’t have that opportunity," Welker said.

"So, getting to have this camp for them, it’s fun for me. A lot of times when you do paid camps, the kids don’t appreciate it as much as these kids. They really appreciate it, and they really kind of grasp onto you and they’re very grateful for what you’re doing."



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