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Denver Broncos Depth Chart

Denver Broncos Depth Chart

AFC West
Stadium
Broncos Stadium at Mile High
Head Coach
Vic Fangio
Offensive Coordinator
Rich Scangarello
Defensive Coordinator
Ed Donatell
Special Teams Coach
Defensive Scheme
3-4
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Jake Butt Set To Practice Wednesday

Denver Broncos tight end Jake Butt (knee) is expected to be a full participant in Wednesday's non-padded practice, according to sources that informed NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Butt was the team's starter in 2018 for three games before he tore his ACL for the third time in his career. It's notable progress, but it doesn't guarantee that Butt will be ready to go for the regular season, and he also has Jeff Heuerman and impressive rookie Noah Fant ahead of him on the depth chart. The Broncos will be happy with whatever they can get out of Butt this season. You can ignore him for now in fantasy drafts.

1 hours ago
Emmanuel Sanders Looks Healthy In Return

Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders returned to action on Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers, coming off an Achilles injury over the offseason. Sanders showed no signs of losing steps from his injury, as he hauled in one target for eight yards, as well as tallied 19 rushing yards on an end-around run that silenced any doubters of his week one outlook. The veteran wide receiver looks to solidify his spot as the Broncos WR1, as the two young bucks behind him on the roster are vying for his job.

23 hours ago
Joe Flacco In-Sync With Rest Of Offense

Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco has continued to look in-sync with his first-team offense in his two preseason outings. The veteran quarterback threw for 59 yards, connecting on 7 of 11 passing attempts on the night. Flacco connected with veteran receiver Emmanuel Sanders on a 40-yard bomb that got called back and also threw a beautiful pass over the middle to Courtland Sutton for 21 yards to convert on 3rd and 7. The first-year Bronco signal-caller has never posted stunning fantasy numbers in recent years but could be a solid back-up option at QB in deep leagues.

23 hours ago
DaeSean Hamilton Hauls In Two Catches Monday Evening

Denver Broncos wide receiver Daesean Hamilton hauled in two catches for 21 yards on Monday night, also getting a red-zone look from Joe Flacco that was overthrown to Hamilton. The 2nd-year product from Penn State continues to make strides in his second year on the roster with the Broncos, as he looks to carve out a role in the Broncos 2019 offensive scheme. Hamilton is currently getting flex value in deep leagues and is a player to keep an eye on as the season continues to approach,

22 hours ago
Courtland Sutton Continues To Make Strides In Broncos Offense

Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton continues to look comfortable in the Denver Broncos offense, hauling in a 21-yard third-down catch from his new quarterback, Joe Flacco. Sutton has benefited from having an experienced quarterback at the helm of the offense, as he continues to develop in Denver. With teammate Emmanuel Sanders looking healthy in his return last night, Sutton's journey to becoming the undoubted WR1 became slightly more difficult, but he could catapult himself to massive fantasy value with a good season in 2019.

22 hours ago