IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Thu 11/11/21 2:11 PM

Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said Patrick (knee) will be a limited participant in Thursday's practice, George Stoia III of The Denver Gazette reports.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick will take a step up from Wednesday, when he was listed as a non-participant on the Broncos' first Week 10 injury report. So long as he at least maintains limited activity during the team's final practice of the week Friday, Patrick should be in good shape to play Sunday against the Eagles.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Wed 11/10/21 2:27 PM

Patrick (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick did exit at one point in Sunday's 30-16 win over the Cowboys, but the brief departure was attributed to cramping and he finished the game with four catches for 85 yards and a touchdown on five targets. A return to practice Thursday or Friday would put him on track to play this Sunday against the Eagles.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Sun 11/7/21 8:04 PM

Patrick recorded four receptions on five targets for 85 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-16 win over the Cowboys.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick was among a number of Broncos to suffer potential injuries Sunday, though it turned out that he was only suffering from cramping, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. While on the field, Patrick delivered a few big plays, highlighted by a 44-yard touchdown early in the second quarter. He has only eight targets combined between two games since the return of Jerry Jeudy, though Patrick has tallied 149 receiving yards in that span and proven to be a capable deep threat. Patrick and the Broncos will take on the Eagles in Week 10.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Sun 10/31/21 10:39 PM

Patrick caught all three of his targets for 64 yards in Sunday's 17-10 win over Washington.
EDGE Analysis
Despite the return of Jerry Jeudy to the lineup and the continued presence of Courtland Sutton, it was Patrick who led the Broncos in receiving yards. The three targets were a season low for the fourth-year receiver, but all three of Denver's top wideouts may need to step up in Week 9 against the Cowboys.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Sat 10/23/21 1:09 AM

Patrick secured two of five targets for 16 yards in Thursday's 17-14 loss to the Browns.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick played on 94 percent of the the Broncos' offensive snaps, but he was essentially a non-factor Thursday night. The Denver offense had trouble getting anything going, which ultimately impacted Patrick's ability to produce for fantasy. Unfortunately for 27-year-old wideout, he is likely to see a drop in playing time and target share as fellow wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is set to return from his ankle injury that landed him on IR. Patrick has been solid for the Broncos in Jeudy's absence, but he will be difficult to trust in fantasy lineups once Jeudy takes the field. Up next for the Broncos is a matchup against Washington in Week 8.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Sun 10/17/21 8:07 PM

Patrick hauled in three of five targets for 42 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 34-24 loss to the Raiders.
EDGE Analysis
The Broncos responded to the Raiders' opening-drive touchdown with a TD of their own, a 23-yard connection between Teddy Bridgewater and Patrick. Otherwise, Patrick didn't do much in this contest, ranking far behind Courtland Sutton (14) and Noah Fant (11) in terms of targets. In fact, reserves Kendall Hinton and Eric Saubert matched Patrick's target total. At the end his final reception midway through the fourth quarter, Patrick crashed into his own sideline and had his left knee examined, per Andrew Mason of TheDNVR.com. Patrick was able to return on the team's next possession, but it'll be interesting to see if his practice reps are at all limited with Denver facing a short week to prepare for Thursday's visit to Cleveland.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Sun 10/10/21 8:14 PM

Patrick caught seven of nine targets for 89 yards in Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Steelers.
EDGE Analysis
Courtland Sutton (ankle) stole the show offensively, but Patrick quietly churned out another solid performance as the Broncos' second starting wideout. The 27-year-old has done a good job filling in for the injured Jerry Jeudy (ankle) through five games, posting 22 receptions, 302 yards and two scores over that span. Patrick will receive another start while Jeudy remains on IR for at least another week.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Mon 10/4/21 8:11 AM

Patrick caught three of six targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Ravens.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick's strong start to the year has come to a halt, as he was held out of the end zone for the second straight week after hitting paydirt in the first two games. With that said, the 27-year-old has found himself in a prime spot to be real contributor for the Broncos' offense, as injuries have forced him into the starting lineup alongside Courtland Sutton until Jerry Jeudy (ankle) gets healthy. Patrick will get a chance to bounce back in a Week 5 matchup against the Steelers, a contest that may include Drew Lock at the helm if Teddy Bridgewater is forced to miss additional time due to the concussion he suffered Sunday.

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Wed 9/29/21 2:42 PM

With KJ Hamler (knee) out for the season, Patrick and Courtland Sutton will be Denver's top wideouts until Jerry Jeudy (ankle) returns from injured reserve, Aric DiLalla of the team's official website reports.
EDGE Analysis
Jeudy is eligible to return as soon as Week 4 but may need more time to recover from a high ankle sprain. While Patrick eventually will face demotion to the No. 3 role, he's again done well with modest volume, catching 12 of 13 targets for 174 yards and two touchdowns on 73.3 percent snap share through three games. He does get a suboptimal matchup this weekend, facing a Baltimore defense that has two of the league's more physically imposing cornerbacks in Marlon Humphrey (6-0) and Jimmy Smith (6-2).

IRTim Patrick
WR DEN (9)
Mon 9/27/21 12:39 AM

Patrick recorded five receptions on five targets for 98 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Jets.
EDGE Analysis
Patrick flipped roles with Courtland Sutton, with Patrick serving as the primary deep threat in Week 3. He connected with Teddy Bridgewater for gains of 31, 27 and 24 yards, which accounted for the majority of his production. Patrick was held back from more significant volume by game script as Bridgewater attempted only 25 passes throughout the contest. The Broncos may be forced to the air more in a Week 4 matchup against Tennessee, and Patrick should carry a significant role in the offense so long as Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is sidelined.