Demaryius Thomas will be a hot name on the fantasy waiver wire this week.
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Posted: Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brian Westbrook, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, Donovan McNabb, Houston Texans, Josh Freeman, Knowshon Moreno, New England Patriots, Owen Daniels, Randy Moss, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins
Patriots WR Randy Moss missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness. Bellyaching about a new contract perhaps? Not that Moss would stoop to anything so low, because we all remember that he tried his absolute hardest during his tenure with the Raiders.
Broncos coach Josh McDaniels updated the status of injured rookies Tim Tebow and Demaryius Thomas on Thursday.
Posted: Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Ben Hamilton, Bill Belichick, Chester Pitts, Cortland Finnegan, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, Derrick Morgan, Derrick Ward, Diyral Briggs, Jeff Fisher, Jonathan Goff, Josh McDaniels, Keith Bulluck, Laurence Maroney, Mansfield Wrotto, Michael Boley, Mike Gibson, Mike Williams, Percy Harvin, Raheem Morris, Russell Okung, Terrence Cody, Travis LaBoy, Vince Young
When Demaryius Thomas gets on the field for the Broncos, he just can’t stay on it.
Posted: Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brandon Stokley, Brian Dawkins, Champ Bailey, Chris Kuper, Correll Buckhalter, D.J. Williams, Daniel Graham, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, Eric Decker, Frank Tadych, Jarvis Moss, Knowshon Moreno, LenDale White, Renaldo Hill, Tim Tebow
The Denver Broncos continue to lead the league in preseason injuries, getting their own blog post devoted to the players coming and going from practice.
Posted: Sunday, August 15th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brian Dawkins, Bruce Hall, Chris Kuper, Cincinnati Bengals, Correll Buckhalter, D.J. Williams, Demaryius Thomas, Dustin Fry, Elvis Dumervil, Eric Decker, Jarvis Moss, Justin Fargas, Knowshon Moreno, Lance Ball, LenDale White, Spencer Larsen
The Broncos won’t be getting their first look at two rookie receivers in Sunday’s preseason opener against the Bengals.
It’s that special time of year when NFL players — some sequestered in remote, spartan college dormitories and hemmed in by curfew — must turn to each other for entertainment, typically at the expense of the team’s rookies.
In time, Sam Bradford will become the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams. How fast that happens depends on his development. So far, there are no signs that the organization is rushing the first overall pick in the 2010 draft.
One of the topics coming out of Denver is that there are a bunch of receivers, but maybe no No. 1 receiver.
Wow! Tim Tebow to Denver … in the first round. Tebow said all it would take is for one team to fall in love with him and the Broncos must have been smitten. After a series of trades, the Broncos gave up a second, third and fourth-round pick to Baltimore to get up to No. 25 to get to Tebow.
DeMaryius Thomas will be worth a late-round look in seasonal fantasy leagues next season.
In the past 24 hours, I have heard more and more about Boise State’s Kyle Wilson being the first cornerback taken, as high as seventh overall by the Browns.
Many analysts project WR Demaryius Thomas as a first-round pick, despite a foot injury. He played in the Yellow Jackets’ triple option offense at Georgia Tech that featured few pro route combinations, and that has been a knock on him as well — but not one he puts much stock into.
Often lost amid all the news, business and media aspects of the draft is the fun. It’s easy to focus on what team is taking which player, what kind of contracts will eventually be handed out and how much exposure and/or endorsements the top prospects will receive. But the fact remains, football is a game and it is meant to be enjoyable.
Posted: Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Brandon Ghee, Bryan Bulaga, Dan Williams, Demaryius Thomas, Derrick Morgan, Eric Berry, Gerald McCoy, Roger Goodell, Sam Bradford, Trent Williams
The feeling of draft week took a more firm hold Wednesday morning when the 17 prospects who are in town visited NFL headquarters in Manhattan.