DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
3 days ago

Hamilton caught both of his targets for 25 total yards during Sunday's 16-0 win over the Titans, a game in which Emmanuel Sanders (knee) did not return after halftime.

EDGE Analysis

Once again, the stats don't show much, but Hamilton delivered Sunday, particularly on a 13-yard reception on second down midway through the third quarter in which the Penn State product weaved through the defense to set up the game's only touchdown. Hamilton has not yet formed a rapport with Joe Flacco, but he's still managed to see at least four targets in three of six games this season. Look for a fourth such game if Sanders is unable to play Thursday against the Chiefs.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
1 week ago

Hamilton did not garner a target during Sunday's 20-13 win over the Chargers.

EDGE Analysis

Fresh off a 57-yard game against Jacksonville in which he made a couple of nice plays downfield, Hamilton was held targetless for the second time this season. The sophomore receiver does not seem to be in any danger of losing his WR3 status, his 32 offensive snaps dwarfing those of Fred Brown (nine) and Diontae Spencer (two), but Hamilton hasn't forged a rapport with quarterback Joe Flacco in an offense that has run hot-and-cold all season. Week 6's opponent, the Titans, will be a tough team to turn the page against.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
2 weeks ago

Hamilton caught three of five passes for 57 yards during Sunday's 26-24 loss to Jacksonville.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton was targeted 10 times in Weeks 1 and 2 without much to show for them and then was silent Week 3, so his role in the offense was unclear. He came alive a little against Jacksonville, particularly on a shot up the sideline in the second quarter in which he gained 28 yards. Those sorts of plays -- even if Hamilton continues to improve -- are unlikely as he does most of his best work underneath, but Sunday showed some improved rapport with quarterback Joe Flacco that will be worth tracking. Next up is a Chargers team that has had an uneven start to the season.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
3 weeks ago

Hamilton did not see a pass come his way during Sunday's 27-16 loss in Green Bay.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton still logged 42 offensive snaps, third most among wide receivers and more than the likes of Phillip Lindsay, Royce Freeman or Jeff Heuerman. Hamilton has not been the high-volume target that he was at the end of 2018 and shouldn't get much attention until he turns it around. Jacksonville will be a tough opponent to do that against.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Hamilton caught two of six targets for 15 yards during Sunday's 16-14 loss to Chicago.

EDGE Analysis

Twenty yards in two games is probably not how Hamilton expected to start the season after showing promise as an underneath slotman at the end of last year. Targets haven't been the issue. At one point Sunday, Joe Flacco targeted Hamilton on three consecutive attempts. The problem has been converting as Hamilton has been able to catch just 40 percent of his targets thus far this season. Sunday brings another tough test against a suddenly stout Packers defense.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Hamilton caught two of four targets for five yards in Monday's 24-16 loss to the Raiders.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton further established that he's the No. 3 wideout in this offense, and he was also out-targeted by rookie TE Noah Fant (five) and RB Phillip Lindsay (six). The second-year pro has high-target potential if Courtland Sutton and Emmanuel Sanders can stretch the field, but for now he looks like an afterthought and not a viable option in fantasy.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
2 months ago

Hamilton (hamstring) is in full pads while participating in Sunday's practice, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton has missed the last five days while dealing with a hamstring injury, but finally made his return. The Penn State product was solid in his rookie season, suiting up in 14 games and hauling in 30 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. A healthy Hamilton looks to take another step forward and solidify himself as a mainstay in three-wide sets.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
3 months ago

Hamilton (hamstring) did not practice Saturday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton continues to nurse a hamstring injury, the severity of which is reportedly short term. The second-year pro appeared in 14 games as a rookie last season, recording 30 catches for 243 yards and two touchdowns. He appears primed for the No. 3 wideout role in Denver assuming he's able to return to practice without missing an extended period of time.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
3 months ago

Coach Vic Fangio is optimistic Hamilton's hamstring injury will be a short-term issue, though Fangio did acknowledge a degree of uncertainty, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. "[I'm] encouraged that it will be short rather than long, but you know how those hamstrings can go," Fangio said.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton was held out of practice Thursday after suffering the injury Wednesday. He has more than six weeks to recover before Week 1, but missed time during training camp could allow another player to push for the No. 3 receiver job.

DaeSean Hamilton
WR DEN (10)
3 months ago

Hamilton (hamstring) isn't practicing Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

EDGE Analysis

Hamilton suffered a hamstring injury Wednesday and will miss at least one day of training camp. He's the favorite for the No. 3 spot at wide receiver, but a few other players -- including Tim Patrick -- should have a chance to earn roles behind Courtland Sutton and Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles).