Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
4 days ago

Thomas caught five of 11 targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 20-19 win over Oakland.

EDGE Analysis

The five grabs were good enough to lead the team on the day, as were the targets, which makes back-to-back weeks of ten or more targets to open the season for Thomas. Emmanuel Sanders has been far more efficient and productive so far, but better days are ahead for the Georgia Tech product with that kind of target share, especially if he continues to get several deep shots per game like in this contest. The 30-year-old will try and get back in the end zone Week 3 at Baltimore.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
2 weeks ago

Thomas caught six of 10 targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 win against the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

Thomas was relatively quiet until he caught a nice four-yard touchdown in the final period. Meanwhile, Emmanuel Sanders led the Broncos in all receiving categories, catching 10 of 11 targets for 135 yards and a touchdown. With Case Keenum upgrading the quarterback position for Denver, it wouldn't be surprising to see both Thomas and Sanders rebound from their disappointing 2017 stat lines.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
4 weeks ago

Rumors that Thomas is on the tradeblock are false, Benjamin Allbright of 104.7 FM Denver reports.

EDGE Analysis

Some had speculated that Thomas could be reunited with former coach Josh McDaniels in New England, a proposal that makes a little sense given New England's lack of depth at the position and John Elway's penchant for saving dollars. Getting rid of Thomas, particularly from a leadership and morale perspective, would be a tough pill to swallow. Thomas staying in Denver might be bad news for Thomas fans as he figured to see an upgrade at quarterback, but good news for Case Keenum and the Broncos' other weapons.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Thomas (wrist) is practicing Monday, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Thomas was healthy throughout training camp prior to sitting out Saturday's preseason loss to the Bears. He played through nagging hip injuries for much of the past two years, but he's optimistic his weight-free training regimen in the offseason will help him avoid the same issues in 2018. The 30-year-old wideout could get extended run in Friday's preseason game against Washington.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Thomas did not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Bears due to a sore wrist, the Broncos' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Per the report, Thomas suffered the injury in practice on Thursday. We'll consider the wideout day-to-day for now, but if it's anything more than a minor issue, Thomas could potentially be held out of Friday's preseason "dress rehearsal" against Washington.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Thomas wasn't in uniform during pregame warmups Saturday against the Bears, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic Denver reports.

EDGE Analysis

On Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reported that the first-teamers would log one to one and a half quarters of game action in preseason Week 2, but Thomas appears as if he'll remain on the sideline Saturday. If Thomas indeed does so, there will be plenty of targets available for rookies Courtland Sutton (knee) and DeSean Hamilton with the starting unit.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Denver's starters, including Thomas, figure to play between a quarter and a quarter and a half Saturday against Chicago, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

EDGE Analysis

Thomas caught just one pass in limited action during the preseason opener. The arrival of Case Keenum has led to some hope that Thomas can rebound after one of the worst seasons of his career, a 2017 marked by nagging injuries and terrible quarterback play. For those looking to see if those hopes will come to fruition, Saturday's extended action should be revealing.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
1 month ago

Thomas credits a new diet and weight-free regimen for reinvigorating him after some thoughts of hanging it up, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

Thomas admits that volatile fan opinions and hip and neck injuries have weighed on him in recent seasons, making the former catch-and-run dynamo a shell of himself. Now he's looking to play well into his 30s. This past season saw Thomas put up his lowest totals in targets, catches, and yards since his sophomore campaign. Injuries can be pointed to as a root cause, but a revolving door of poor quarterback play hasn't helped. Injuries are hard to predict, but if Case Keenum can come anywhere near the level of play he displayed in Minnesota last season, Thomas should see better passes than he has since 2014.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
3 months ago

Thomas (foot) will sit out the final two days of mandatory minicamp, Mike Klis of 9News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Thomas tweaked his toe during Tuesday's session and is apparently dealing with some soreness, so the Broncos will take a cautious approach with their star receiver and hold him out the final two days of minicamp. Thomas did indicate, however, that he wanted to practice, so it doesn't sound like anything overly serious. Look for Thomas to be a full go ahead of training camp barring any sort of surprise.

Demaryius Thomas
WR DEN (10)
3 months ago

Coach Vance Joseph said Tuesday that Thomas "tweaked" his foot, causing him to miss the team drills, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Joseph didn't seem to indicate any concern about the issue, but it's worth monitoring the star wideout's availability as minicamp rolls along. Assuming the issue doesn't impact him in the long run, Thomas should lead the revamped Broncos receiving corps with a good opportunity to reach 140 targets after doing so in each of the last seven seasons.