Wes Welker apparently doesn't buy into the philosophy that all's well that ends well.
The soon-to-be free agent was the New England Patriots' top receiver in 2012. His 118 catches were tied for the second-most in the NFL and his 1,354 receiving yards were eighth-best in the league.
But a report Monday on Yahoo! Sports says Welker still hasn't gotten over the fact that he was targeted for only five passes and had just three catches for 14 yards -- all season lows -- in the Patriots' season opener, a 34-13 win over the Tennessee Titans.
That game still has Welker "a little miffed" and feeling "somewhat mild disdain" toward the Patriots, the report says. It adds that the receiver might believe his numbers would not have ended up so high if it weren't for injuries to tight ends Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski.