Case Keenum - QBPosted 2/21/19 9:29am ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum said in a podcast posted Thuesday, Feb. 22, that he was 'shocked' when general manager John Elway called him the previous week to inform him that the team was trading for Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco. As a result, there is now rampant speculation that Keenum will be traded or released, and he said he is preparing for a number of options. 'You know, really, it's really open-ended right now,' Keenum said of his future. 'We don't know what's going to happen, there's still a lot up in the air. This is really fresh. So a lot of these emotions that we're talking about are still kind of going on, still happening. So who knows what's going to be in store? I don't for sure,. God does. But we'll be ready for whatever God has in store for us next.'
Huddle Up: Although he didn't have much around him in Denver by late last season, Keenum disappointed in fantasy and reality. Look for him to be dealt for a low-round draft pick and serve as a backup, most likely providing a veteran option behind a young QB.
Case Keenum - QBPosted 2/14/19 10:36am ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum could likely be obtained in a trade for a fifth-round draft pick, ESPN's Chris Mortensen said Thursday, Feb. 14. Keenum could be one of the top backups in the league, according to Motensen, and the Tennessee Titans would be an ideal landing spot.
Huddle Up: Titans starting QB Marcus Mariota hasn't played a full year in any of his four pro seasons so far, and he missed three starts this past season with injuries, so Keenum would certainly project as better option than current backup Blaine Gabbert, who had a 74.9 rating and threw as many interceptions (four) as TD passes while making a trio of starts.
Emmanuel Sanders - WRPosted 2/14/19 7:23pm ET
Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles') said he is no longer wearing a walking boot but still has a 'slight limp' when walking around.
Huddle Up: After suffering an Achilles' injury late in the year, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Sanders miss time in 2019. He showed last year that he can be a WR2 as the top option in Denver's passing attack, but fantasy owners will need to be patient as he returns to form.
Emmanuel Sanders - WRPosted 2/8/19 9:19am ET
Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) has a $10.25 million option due on his 2019 contract, and the Broncos have until March 13 to exercise that option.
Huddle Up: Sanders turns 32 in March and complicating matters is his late-season Achilles tear that cost him the final four games of 2018. On the flip side, he's far and away the most experienced member of the Broncos' pass-catching corps, and he'd be a solid WR2 if he's brought back and is able to play close to a full season.
Case Keenum - QBPosted 2/7/19 9:07am ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum claims he isn't overly concerned about the rumors that the team is seeking to add another quarterback following Keenum's uneven first season as the team's starter. 'I follow a little bit of it. I take it for what it's worth,' Keenum said recently in an interview posted on the team's official website. 'It's not something that's affecting me and my preparation and how I'm ready to go as a football player and what my job is. It's not affecting my job. For me, I take more of what my coaches say and the meetings that we've had. I had a great meeting with John [Elway] at the end of the year and we've all got to be better. That's hands down what it comes down to. I was mad just like every other Broncos fan watching all these playoff games and us sitting at home. I feel the same way that we've all got to be better.'
Huddle Up: Elway is feeling mounting pressure to find a longer-term solution under center after the likes of Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler, Paxton Lynch and, now, Keenum haven't appeared to be the answer since Peyton Manning's heydays. With Keenum's two-year deal running through next season, most signs point to the Broncos adding a rookie QB -- possibly a first-rounder -- to pair with the veteran Keenum next season.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 2/6/19 3:34pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (arm) is still sporting a cast on the right arm he fractured and had surgery on late in the season. Lindsay did not discuss his status for organized team activities this offseason, saying he is simply going with the flow in his recovery.
Huddle Up: Lindsay went from undrafted free agent to becoming the second rookie running back in history to tally at least 1,000 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns on fewer than 200 carries. As long as he's fully healthy he'll be an RB2 candidate in PPR leagues.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 1/30/19 7:29pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) said he expects to participate in some of the workouts this offseason. General manager John Elway said Lindsay is on track to take part in organized team activities and the June minicamp.
Huddle Up: Lindsay finished his rookie season with 1,037 yards and nine touchdowns and was also involved in the passing game. He will be the team's starting running back next season and can be considered a No. 2 running back in all fantasy leagues.
Case Keenum - QBPosted 1/24/19 6:12pm ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum has a chance to play well in the team's new offensive system, according offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.
Huddle Up: Keenum threw for 3,890 yards this season but was held to only 18 touchdowns in 16 games. The Broncos may look to add another quarterback this offseason, so it is not known if Keenum will be with the team next season. Owners in fantasy leagues can avoid Keenum next season even if he is still the starter for Denver.
Case Keenum - QBPosted 1/10/19 7:02pm ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum is still the starting quarterback for the time being, according to head coach Vic Fangio.
Huddle Up: Granted, Fangio's statement doesn't exactly mean much heading into the offseason, and after Keenum threw 18 touchdowns compared to 15 interceptions in 2018, he is anything but a lock to remain the long-term starter in Denver. If he does open 2019 under center for the Broncos, he will only be a low-end QB2 for fantasy owners.
DaeSean Hamilton - WRPosted 12/30/18 6:53pm ET
Denver Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton caught five of his eight targets for 49 yards in a 23-9 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17.
Huddle Up: Hamilton came on strong late after Emmanuel Sanders was injured, piling up 25 catches over the final four games. Depending on what Denver's receiving corps looks like in 2019, Hamilton could be worth a flier as a WR5.
Courtland Sutton - WRPosted 12/30/18 6:47pm ET
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton caught one of his three targets for 25 yards in a 23-9 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17.
Huddle Up: Sutton had a solid rookie campaign, but he did struggle a bit down the stretch as the No. 1 option after Emmanuel Sanders suffered an injury. Still, his long-term upside remains promising, and Sutton can be a WR4 with upside in 2019.
Royce Freeman - RBPosted 12/30/18 6:39pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Royce Freeman rushed 17 times for 60 yards and caught eight passes for 43 yards in a 23-9 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17.
Huddle Up: Freeman didn't have a efficient day running the ball, but he did show he can shoulder a heavy workload. Phillip Lindsay showed he deserves to be the starter in 2019, but if he is slow to recover from wrist surgery, Freeman can step in a volume-based RB2. At the very least, Freeman is a worthwhile handcuff to Lindsay.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/27/18 6:04pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) will have surgery to repair his injured wrist Friday, Dec. 28.
Huddle Up: Lindsay was one of the biggest fantasy surprises among this year's rookies. Royce Freeman will be looming, but assuming Lindsay's recovery goes well, he should have the first shot at leading the Denver backfield in 2019.
Royce Freeman - RBPosted 12/27/18 6:39pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Royce Freeman will serve as the lead back against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17, according to offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave.
Huddle Up: Freeman struggled to 23 yards on seven carries against the Chargers earlier this year, but with Phillip Lindsay sidelined, he should be in line for a much larger workload this time around. He should be a decent flex play.
Devontae Booker - RBPosted 12/27/18 6:43pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Devontae Booker will serve as the backup running back but will see a 'bunch of runs' against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17, according to offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave.
Huddle Up: With Phillip Lindsay out of action, Booker figures to slide into a third-down role while Royce Freeman handles a bulk of the early-down work. Booker could be a desperation flex play in PPR formats, but Freeman is the safer option for fantasy owners this weekend.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/26/18 9:24am ET
Updating previous reports, Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) has torn ligaments around the scaphoid bone in his wrist, and it's a four-to-six-month injury. He could do non-contact drills in organized team activities.
Huddle Up: Royce Freeman is likely to see the featured load in the season finale against the Los Angeles Chargers, and he's a low-end RB2 in fantasy.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/26/18 2:17pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) will have three to four months of recovery following surgery on his injured wrist, according to head coach Vance Joseph.
Huddle Up: Lindsay should be recovered in plenty of time for offseason activities. It remains to be seen who will coach the Broncos next year and how Lindsay and at least Royce Freeman will be implemented, but Lindsay has proven that he deserves as many touches as he can handle.
Case Keenum - QBPosted 12/25/18 2:27am ET
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum completed 23 of 37 passes for 202 yards to go with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the club's Week 16 loss Monday, Dec. 24, versus the Oakland Raiders. He also contributed 19 rushing yards on three carries.
Huddle Up: The unspectacular outing continues what has been a downward slide in the season's second half for Keenum since losing Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. Thus, it's hard to consider him anything other than a QB2 heading into the final week.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 2:23am ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay recorded 46 rushing yards on 10 carries along with two catches for 11 yards in the team's Week 16 defeat Monday, Dec. 24, against the Oakland Raiders.
Huddle Up: Lindsay wasn't able to really get it going in this one as Denver fell into a sizable hole in the first half. Despite the lackluster showing, the Pro Bowler will continue to serve as a must-start option for those continuing their fantasy seasons into Week 17.
DaeSean Hamilton - WRPosted 12/25/18 2:35am ET
Denver Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton finished with six catches on nine targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 16 loss Monday, Dec. 24, opposite the Oakland Raiders.
Huddle Up: This was Hamilton's third straight performance with at least six catches, continuing his surge in wake of Emmanuel Sanders' season-ending injury. He's become one of Case Keenum's most- trusted targets, and as a result, he has WR2 appeal entering Week 17 for leagues that are still going.
Courtland Sutton - WRPosted 12/25/18 2:29am ET
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton reeled in six of 10 targets for 65 yards and a touchdown in the club's Week 16 loss Monday, Dec. 24, against the Oakland Raiders.
Huddle Up: Now this is what fantasy owners were anticipating on a weekly basis when Emmanuel Sanders went down for the year, as Sutton cashed in on a weak Oakland pass defense. The rookie wide-out has outstanding potential and in the meantime, he'll continue to serve as a WR2 option in Week 17.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 4:05am ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) injured his wrist in the second half of the team's Week 16 loss Monday, Dec. 24, opposite the Oakland Raiders. He missed the remainder of the ballgame.
Huddle Up: With the Broncos out of playoff contention, it would seem more likely than not that Denver elects to rest their stud rookie tailback in a meaningless game. Obviously, this is a situation his fantasy owners need to monitor as the week progresses.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 7:05am ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) will undergo an MRI Tuesday, Dec. 25, but he hopes to play in Week 17.
Huddle Up: He would be an RB2 option against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 11:26am ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) posited that his injured wrist is 'probably just a sprain,' adding that he'll try to play in the season finale. 'I'm a tough dude and I'm going to do it for my team,' Lindsay said. 'If I can play, I'm going to play.'
Huddle Up: Lindsay has been a rare silver lining for the Broncos this year, running for over 1,000 yards and totaling 10 touchdowns as an undrafted rookie. The presence of Royce Freeman limits his ceiling, but Lindsay possesses PPR RB2 allure heading into 2019.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 1:55pm ET
Updating a previous report, Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) is believed to have suffered a serious wrist injury in Week 16 and his season is over, according to a source. He will undergo more tests this week. The Denver phenom is dealing with what could be a scaphoid fracture in addition to ligament damage. His recovery will be lengthy unless the aforementioned tests show otherwise.
Huddle Up: As was stated earlier, Lindsay will be in PPR RB2 territory entering his sophomore campaign. As for this week, Royce Freeman demands RB2 attention as he will be the featured back in Denver's backfield. Devontae Booker merits PPR flex consideration.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/25/18 3:25pm ET
Updating a previous report, Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay (wrist) is facing a 'lengthy recovery,' according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. He is dealing with 'a possible scaphoid fracture along with ligament damage.'
Huddle Up: It's a somber way for Lindsay's incredible season to come to an end, as the former Colorado product was the first undrafted rookie offensive player to be named to the Pro Bowl. Assuming he's 100 percent going into training camp, Lindsay should be someone who goes real early in drafts in 2019.
Isaiah McKenzie - WRPosted 12/23/18 2:31pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie caught one pass for eight yards against the New England Patriots in Week 16.
Huddle Up: McKenzie has been productive for the Bills over the last month but did not play well despite eight targets. He has been targeted 22 times over the last three games but probably can be benched in most leagues next week.
Courtland Sutton - WRPosted 12/22/18 10:40am ET
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton (quadriceps) fully participated in practice Saturday, Dec. 22, and is not on the injury report for Week 16.
Huddle Up: Sutton has been targeted at least six times in three of the last four games but has also been held to under 50 yards in three of those games. He should have a favorable matchup this week and can be a No. 3 receiver or flex option for owners.
Phillip Lindsay - RBPosted 12/21/18 6:30pm ET
Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay faces the Oakland Raiders in Week 16, and the Raiders have allowed the most rushing yards in the NFL this season.
Huddle Up: Lindsay is coming off back-to-back duds, but he ran for 107 yards on 14 carries against Oakland earlier this year. Keep the faith in him as a RB2 this weekend.
Isaiah McKenzie - WRPosted 12/20/18 12:49pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie (ankle) fully participated in practice Thursday, Dec. 20.
Huddle Up: McKenzie has been targeted 14 times over the last two games and has posted at least 45 yards in each of the last three games. He could be a possible flex option in very deep leagues but probably can be avoided in most standard leagues.
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