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Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring, foot) is out for Saturday's game vs. the Lions. He was a full participant in Wednesday's practice but then sidelined on Thursday, when a foot issue was added to the injury report. We'll look for more details on that situation, but Dulcich remains off the redraft radar.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) has been designated to return from IR and put in a full practice on Wednesday. We'll see if he plays vs. the Lions on Saturday night. Dulcich could not be trusted in fantasy lineups -- but it'd be nice to see him string together a few healthy games the rest of the way. He's played just 32 snaps all season.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) has been placed on IR. Again. He missed Weeks 2 through 5 on IR with a hamstring injury and will now miss at least another four games. Denver has a Week 9 bye, so we won't see Dulcich again until Week 12 at the earliest. He can be dropped from all redraft rosters.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Packers. He reinjured his hamstring in his return last week and figures to be looking at another multi-game absence. Dulcich is droppable (again) in most fantasy leagues.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich injured his hamstring in Thursday’s loss to Kansas City. He finished the game with 1 catch for 3 yards. Dulcich had just returned from a hamstring-related IR stint, so we might be looking at an aggravation. We’ll see if he’s able to get on the practice field next week.

The Broncos have officially activated TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) from IR, the last hurdle to him being available to play. He's officially questionable for tonight's game against the Chiefs and shouldn't be in most fantasy lineups even if active. But Dulcich's athleticism and rookie-year performance makes him worth stashing in plenty of leagues. We wrote more about that in his week's Waiver Pickups article.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game vs. the Chiefs. He was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, so it looks like he has a real chance to play for the first time since Week 1. Dulcich shouldn't be in Week 6 season-long fantasy lineups but could quickly re-emerge as a fantasy factor.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) has been designated to return from IR. He's eligible to play vs. the Chiefs on Thursday night if he's ready. We'll keep you updated on his status. Dulcich shouldn't be in your Week 6 fantasy plans but is worth grabbing in deeper fantasy leagues. He finished 17th among TEs in PPR points per game as a rookie last year.

The Broncos placed TE Greg Dulcich on IR with his hamstring injury. That knocks him out for at least the next four games and makes him droppable in most fantasy leagues. Adam Trautman will step in as Denver's lead TE but is unlikely to ascend beyond TE2 status.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game vs. the Commanders. He’s expected to miss multiple weeks with this hamstring injury. Adam Trautman should pick up some extra work with Dulcich out but would be a desperation fantasy play.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich is expected to miss "multiple weeks" with the hamstring injury he suffered in the season opener, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. It's the same hamstring that cost Dulcich the first five games and final two games of last year, per Schefter. "Broncos will take it slow," Schefter adds. The news makes Dulcich droppable in standard-sized fantasy leagues. Adam Trautman is left as Denver's lead TE and posted a 5-34-0 line on five targets in the opener. He's worth waiver-wire consideration for TE-needy teams in deep fantasy leagues.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich has been ruled out of Sunday's opener vs. the Raiders with a leg injury. We'll look for further details. His absence leaves Adam Trautman as Denver's clear-cut lead TE.

Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy (hamstring) is not expected to play vs. the Raiders today, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Jeudy got in three limited practices this week and should have a good chance to play Week 2. His absence today leaves Courtland Sutton and Marvin Mims as Denver's top two WRs. TE Greg Dulcich could also pick up extra routes and targets with Jeudy out.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich's preseason usage has been a bit worrisome. But The Athletic's Nick Kosmider still expects him to play a big role in the passing game this season. "The 6-foot-3, 245-pounder has been an active target in training camp, stretching the defense in all parts of the field," Kosmider writes. "The Broncos acquired veteran tight end Adam Trautman in a draft-day trade, and he brings experience with Payton’s offense. But Dulcich will remain the top tight-end target, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him end up as the team’s third-leading receiver behind Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy." We're expecting Dulcich's production to be a bit volatile from week to week -- but very few TEs are consistent producers. Dulcich remains an intriguing fantasy pick at his reduced-cost 13th-round ADP.

Broncos QB Russell Wilson completed seven of 13 pass attempts before leaving Friday night's preseason opener. He hit WR Courtland Sutton three times, WR Jerry Jeudy twice, and TE Adam Trautman twice. Afterward, DNVR's Zac Stevens tweeted, "Those three are THE starters on the depth chart." No surprised for Sutton and Jeudy. But the work for Trautman does line up with his appearance ahead of Greg Dulcich on the "unofficial" depth chart. Dulcich looks like a guy with breakout potential based on his college production, some intriguing efficiency and usage from last year, and HC Sean Payton's words ahead of training camp about using Dulcich in a "Joker" role. But if Trautman continues as the No. 1 TE, Dulcich would see his playing time and opportunities limited. We'll certainly keep watching this situation through August but might have to consider knocking Dulcich down the fantasy football rankings a bit.

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich revamped his offseason workout plan "with a focus on increased flexibility," according to The Athletic's Nick Kosmider. The hope is that'll solve the hamstring problems that Dulcich dealt with throughout his rookie season. (Check out Dulcich's full injury history.) When he was healthy last year, Dulcich scored as a top-10 fantasy TE. With better health -- and a likely improved Denver offense under new HC Sean Payton -- Dulcich has breakout potential in 2023.

Broncos HC Sean Payton said TE Greg Dulcich’s “menu” of routes will be “lengthy.” Payton also said that the second-year TE “has traits that are exciting.” That's a simple fact, as Dulcich recorded an 8.25/10 Relative Athletic Score last year. He’s a TE1 candidate for 2023, and his current ADP looks enticing at TE17.

The Saints traded TE Adam Trautman plus a seventh-round NFL Draft pick to the Broncos for a sixth-rounder, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. It's noteworthy that HC Sean Payton's new team is acquiring a TE he drafted in New Orleans in 2020. Trautman's arrival crowds a TE room that already included Greg Dulcich, Albert Okwuegbunam, and journeyman Chris Manhertz. There's some potential for targets to get dispersed to the point that no Denver TE presents worthwhile fantasy value. But let's keep in mind that Trautman averaged just 20 receptions per season through three years after arriving in Round 3. That included just 18 catches for 207 yards last year. And then the team that drafted him sent him away for just a move up from Round 7 to Round 6 in the draft. Don't adjust your outlook for Broncos TEs just yet. You can check our numbers on the group now in our 2023 fantasy football TE rankings.

Broncos HC Sean Payton gave a pretty chilly response when asked about TE Greg Dulcich at the league meetings in late March. "We'll see," Payton said. "Some of it was hard -- the evaluation [on Dulcich.] Some of it was hard." Dulcich flashed between injuries as a rookie last year, tallying a 33-411-2 line across ten games. He ranked 17th among TEs in PPR points per game and 19th among 32 qualifiers in yards per route run. But the fact that he's now playing for a brand new coaching staff adds risk to his 2023 fantasy football outlook. Denver still has TE Albert Okwuegbunam, a popular breakout candidate this time last year. And The Denver Post's Kyle Newman believes the Broncos could add a TE in the draft later this month. The good news with Dulcich: He's just TE15 in recent FFPC ADP — a fine shot to take at that price.

8:40pm EST 12/30/22

Broncos TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) has been placed on IR. He'd already been ruled out for Sunday's game vs. the Chiefs and will now also miss the finale. Dulcich dealt with a few different injuries this year but flashed when healthy, finishing with a 33-411-2 line in 10 games. He currently ranks 18th in Pro Football Focus receiving grade and 21st in yards per route run among 39 TEs with 30+ targets. We're not optimistic about QB Russell Wilson's chances of bouncing back in 2023, but Dulcich will be worth considering as a TE2 in early 2023 fantasy football drafts.

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