Carlos Henderson

Carlos Henderson Fantasy

#11 WR
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Height / Weight
5'11" / 199 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 19, 1994 (25)
1st Season
2017 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 82 (DEN)
Louisiana Tech

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Carlos Henderson In Danger Of Not Making Team

Denver Broncos wide receiver Carlos Henderson (hamstring) is sidelined with a hamstring issue, and head coach Vance Joseph hinted that Henderson may be in danger of not making the final roster. "He's got to get back on the field if he wants to make this team," Joseph said. Henderson missed all of his rookie season with a finger injury, and he's off to a bad start this offseason. He's especially on the bubble after the team drafted Courtland Sutton this year. Henderson can be ignored in fantasy.

Jun. 13th • 11:16 AM
Broncos Need More Help From Carlos Henderson, Jake Butt

The Denver Broncos are hoping that wide receiver Carlos Henderson and tight end Jake Butt can take more pressure off of wideouts Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders in 2018. "We saw a lot of where the safety and corner doubled D.T., the safety and corner double ‘E' and left those (other) guys one-on-one," head coach Vance Joseph told reporters this week at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando, Fla. "We have to find a way to attack those kind of coverages with our tight ends, with our slot and with our back so we can get more one-on-ones outside." The Broncos just haven't been able to find consistency aside from Thomas and Sanders, and Henderson, a third-round pick last year, averaged 18.7 yards per catch and 19 touchdowns his senior year in college. Henderson missed all of his rookie year due to a torn thumb ligament, but he has the ability to make plays, and Joseph said the team will be counting on him for production out of the slot. Along with Butt, receiver Jordan Taylor (13 catches last year) could have a larger role in the offense. However, a lot depends on who is under center in 2018, and right now it looks to be free-agent acquisition Case Keenum, although Denver will surely address the position in the draft. Henderson and Butt could be successful deep sleepers in 2018 for those in deeper leagues.

Mar. 29th • 8:51 AM
Carlos Henderson Has Opportunity For No. 3 Job

Denver Broncos general manager John Elway is hopeful that wide receiver Carlos Henderson (wrist), the third-round pick that missed all of last season on Injured Reserve, can blossom into a reliable pass catcher behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders in 2018. Henderson must prove he's healthy first this summer, but he has the speed to become a sneaky slot weapon underneath for the Broncos. Whether the Broncos can field a competent quarterback under center in 2018 is another story altogether, but Henderson will be worth watching in deeper leagues if he wins the No. 3 job.

Mar. 1st • 10:20 AM

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