Wes Welker hasn't played in the NFL this season, but the veteran wideout has gotten some interest from teams looking to bolster the position. Continue for updates.Welker Works Out for RamsMonday, Nov. 9Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported Welker worked out for the Rams on Monday, per a source, as the wideout continues his quest to return to the NFL. According to Rapoport, Welker previously had two workouts and passed two physicals with unnamed teams, but he ultimately didn't sign a contract.Per Rapoport, Welker wants to play for a contender if he returns to the NFL, but the process of trying to find the right situation is starting to wear on the wideout:The frustrating part sometimes is you look out there on the field and you see guys who are playing, and you're like, "I should be playing." That gets me a little bit. I love being at home with my kids, but at the same time, you have that itch and you're looking out there and seeing how you can fit in with this team or that and there's never really a perfect plan.Welker, 34, is no longer in the prime of his career, which is certainly a factor in his continued free agency. So, too, is the fact he suffered multiple concussions later in his careeror that, as a slot receiver, he needs to be utilized in a specialized role. His production did dip during his two years with the Denver Broncos, though he still managed to snag a career-high 10 touchdown receptions in 2013 with the team.In his career, Welker has accumulated 890 receptions, 9,822 receiving yards and 50 touchdowns in stints with the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots and the Broncos. He had five seasons with 100 or more receptions and 1,000 or more receiving yards, and it's hard to imagine he couldn't at least play a role for a contending team out of the slot. Click here to read full news..