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Tagged: Courtland Sutton (19 Results)

Jul
29

Broncos WR Sutton nearing 100 percent

Denver Bronco wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON said this week that he feels “very close to 100 percent” in his recovery from an ACL injury that ended his 2020 season in WeekMore #2 last year. Sutton added that he has been “working my butt off in rehab” and he will feel fully recovered as soon as he gets tackled. Sutton said that he will play in one preseason game to get the feel of getting hit before the season begins. Less

Source: Team Website

Ian Allan: Breakout wide receivers

Typically there are a couple of receivers who dramatically outperform where they’re selected. But where do such receivers tend to come from? Are you better hoping for a young player to emerge? Or are the odds better with a veteran trying to come back from an injury?  more »

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Mailbag: July 15, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy fooball questions. In this edition. Mecole Hardman: emerging sleeper? Or wasted mid-round pick? Slotting the elite tight ends. And the value of stockpiling less-coveted quarterbacks. more »

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Factoid: Jerry Jeudy

What do we make of Jerry Jeudy? He had a suspect rookie season, but the Broncos liked him enough a year ago to select him in the middle of the first round – before CeeDee Lamb and Justin Jefferson. Can he emerge as Denver’s leading receiver? And are we even certain he’ll be one of their top 2 guys?  more »

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May
20

Broncos WR Sutton expects to be ready for camp

After a breakout season in 2019, Denver Broncos wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON suffered a season-ending torn ACL in the first game of 2020. Sutton said recently that he is participating inMore the team’s voluntary offseason work and he expects to be a “full go” when training camp opens. If he can stay healthy, the Broncos could have a dynamic duo at wide receiver with Sutton and fellow wideout JERRY JEUDY. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Courtland Sutton

How will Courtland Sutton bounce back from last season's torn ACL? That's a question that will have a major effect on Denver's offense this year. Sutton has been great when on the field, and the Broncos passing game -- which may or may not have a new quarterback -- should look a lot better with a healthy Sutton atop the depth chart.  more »

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Feb
4

Broncos WR Sutton planning to return for 2021 season opener

Denver Broncos wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in a September 20th loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he has been working his wayMore back ever since. Sutton’s recovery took a major step forward this week when he jogged on the field for the first time since his injury. Sutton said he initially took about “three minutes” to sulk, but he has attacked every day since the injury “ferociously”. Sutton’s goal is to return for the 2021 season opener. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Sep
22

Broncos WR Sutton out for 2020 season

Denver Broncos wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON is out for the remainder of the 2020 season with torn knee ligaments suffered in Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sutton was a second-roundMore draft pick in 2018 and the team had high hopes for a productive 2020 season. The Broncos will hope he can return to form for the start of the 2021 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Sep
11

Broncos WR Sutton suffers sprained AC joint

Denver Broncos wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON suffered a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder during Thursday’s practice. Sutton was injured after he leaped to make a catch and landed awkwardly.More The third-year wide receiver was taken for an MRI and is questionable for the Broncos’ season opener on Monday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Jul
7

Lindsay to start more games than Gordon in Denver?

A local Denver columnist is betting that holdover running back PHILLIP LINDSAY will start more games than veteran newcomer MELVIN GORDON. Denver Post writer Mark Kiszla said that despite the bigMore money the Broncos paid to add Gordon, it is never a smart play to bet against Lindsay. He added that wideout COURTLAND SUTTON is the most likely to have the biggest year of any Broncos offensive player. Less

Source: Denver Post

Factoid: Courtland Sutton

There are a lot of good No. 1 wide receivers in the league; a lot of go-to guys. Most would agree the best two are Michael Thomas and Davante Adams. After that, a lot of the No. 1s will also lose some looks to very good No. 2s. A possible exception is Denver's Courtland Sutton.   more »

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Feb
10

Broncos looking for more explosive offense in 2020

Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio wants new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur’s offense to be more explosive and aggressive than what the team featured last season. Shurmur wants to challenge defensesMore by attacking downfield, seemingly in line with what his head coach is expecting. If the Broncos are able to do more than just talk about an explosive offense, the combination of second-year quarterback DREW LOCK and rising star COURTLAND SUTTON could have fantasy value. Less

Source: NFL.com

Dec
2

Lock era begins in Denver

The DREW LOCK era began on Sunday in the Denver Broncos game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Lock started fast, throwing two first quarter touchdowns to wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON. ThatMore was about all fantasy owners would get from Lock, but his debut raised at least a few eyebrows on Sunday. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Emmanuel Sanders

Emmanuel Sanders is coming off a torn Achilles, but he’ll likely be ready for opening day. He’ll be doing some work when the Broncos begin training camp on Thursday.   more »

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Mailbag: July 5, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy questions. In this edition. Is Fantasy Football Index missing the boat on Courtland Sutton? How to incorporate ADP data into an auction. How much should be paid for a top player in an auction? How to adjust rankings when 6 points are given for touchdown passes. more »

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