K.J. Hamler

K.J. Hamler Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'9" / 178 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
July 8, 1999 (21)
Experience
Rookie
Drafted
2020 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 46 (DEN)
College
Penn State

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K.J. Hamler News

K.J. Hamler Sees Seven Targets In NFL Debut

Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler was targeted seven times and caught three passes for 48 yards in the Week 2 loss to the Steelers in his first NFL game after missing the season-opener with an injury. Despite the lackluster overall line, it's worth noting that Hamler was tied for the team lead in targets with fellow rookie Jerry Jeudy. The small yet speedy young receiver can break plays deep down the field, but it'll likely be few and far between this year. However, he could be worth a look in much deeper leagues as a flex option moving forward with Courtland Sutton (knee) done for the season.

Sep. 21st • 9:30 PM
K.J. Hamler Set To Make NFL Debut

Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler (hamstring) practiced in full all week and was taken off the final injury report for Week 2, meaning he's poised to make his NFL debut against the Steelers. The second-round speedster is an explosive playmaker at just 5-foot-9, 176 pounds, but he should remain out of fantasy lineups in his NFL debut, even if Courtland Sutton (shoulder) misses his second straight game. Hamler is certainly intriguing in dynasty/keeper leagues in this up-and-coming offense out of the slot with fellow rookie Jerry Jeudy and Sutton on the outside when everyone is healthy, but he's unlikely to see enough targets to make him relevant in standard-sized leagues.

Sep. 18th • 4:56 PM
Courtland Sutton, K.J. Hamler Inactive In Week 1

The Denver Broncos are without two key receivers in their Week 1 meeting with the Tennessee Titans. Courtland Sutton (shoulder) and K.J. Hamler (hamstring) will both sit, which means the Broncos will be light on wide receivers. Rookie Jerry Jeudy should get a pretty sizable workload in his NFL debut, while both Tim Patrick and DaeSean Hamilton become intriguing value plays in DFS contests. Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam is also inactive, which means we might see more Nick Vannett than expected.

Sep. 14th • 9:02 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Jeff Driskel
Drew Lock
RB Melvin Gordon III
Royce Freeman
LWR Jerry Jeudy
DaeSean Hamilton
RWR Tim Patrick
Diontae Spencer
SWR K.J. Hamler
Fred Brown
TE Noah Fant
Jake Butt
LT Garett Bolles
Calvin Anderson
LG Dalton Risner
C Lloyd Cushenberry III
Austin Schlottmann
RG Graham Glasgow
Netane Muti
RT Elijah Wilkinson
Demar Dotson
LDE Shelby Harris
NT Mike Purcell
McTelvin Agim
RDE Jurrell Casey
DeMarcus Walker
SLB Jeremiah Attaochu
Anthony Chickillo
LILB Alexander Johnson
Austin Calitro
RILB Josey Jewell
Mark Barron
WLB Bradley Chubb
Malik Reed
LCB Davontae Harris
SS Kareem Jackson
Duke Dawson Jr.
FS Justin Simmons
Trey Marshall
RCB Bryce Callahan
Michael Ojemudia
K Brandon McManus