The Broncos selected Penn State WR DaeSean Hamilton in the 4th round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Hamilton turned in an uber-impressive freshman season back in 2014, leading his squad with 82 catches and 899 yards. He didn’t reach either of those marks over the last 3 years, though, falling behind Chris Godwin and Mike Gesicki in the pecking order. Hamilton played primarily from the slot at Penn State and figures to do the same as a pro. He goes 6’1, 203 pounds with a 63rd percentile SPARQ score. Scouts consider Hamilton 1 of the best route runners in this WR class, and he’s also strong in contested situations. Denver has now added WRs Hamilton, Courtland Sutton and Carlos Henderson over the past 2 drafts. Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are both cuttable next offseason.
Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton (hamstring) returned to practice on Sunday. He ends up missing about a week and a half. Barring a setback, Hamilton is still in line to open the season as a top-3 WR for Denver.
Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton injured his hamstring on Wednesday and isn't practicing on Thursday, according to insider Mike Klis. We'll see how long this injury keeps him sidelined, but Hamilton's fantasy stock was already trending down with WR Emmanuel Sanders seemingly on track to be ready for Week 1.
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