Welker, Friends Tackled By Security In Aspen

June 19, 2012 12:00 AM
Welker, Friends Tackled By Security In Aspen
" BOSTON (CBS) – Not one to shy away from contact, New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker is already getting tackled even before the football season begins.

The New York Post is reporting Welker and six of his friends were involved in an altercation with security guards in Aspen, Colo., over the weekend.

The tussle occurred when Welker and his crew — out for a bit of pre-celebration for Welker’s wedding — tried to enter a Patron Tequila-sponsored event Friday evening, part of the Aspen Food and Wine Classic. Sources told the Post that Welker and his friends tried to rush into the event, held at the Above The Salt restaurant, without checking in with party staffers.

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That’s when it turned into more of a football game than a wine event, with security tackling Welker and his group "

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