Wes Welker was overpaid $15K at Churchill Downs, won't return money
Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker was paid $15,000 more than he should've gotten from Churchill Downs. They want the money back and his response is "get in line."
According to TMZ, Welker pulled in an extra $15,000 in winnings because of a machine malfunction.
Welker joined the Dan Patrick Show on Friday and, when asked about the malfunction and whether he would hand money back to Churchill Downs, had a very succinct response.
Welker told us that he's not giving Churchill Downs the cash back. "Get in line."— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) May 16, 2014
Welker also added Churchill Downs wouldn't have contacted him if he'd been underpaid so it's not fair to demand money in return for a mistake.
While the wideout might have a point, here's betting Churchill Downs doesn't see it that way.
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