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Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. As expected, Hamler was placed on the injured reserve Tuesday, officially ending his season. He suffered a torn ACL in the Week 3 win over the New York Jets. The 22-year-old finished the 2021 campaign with five catches on 10 targets for 74 yards. Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, Jerry Jeudy (ankle), and recently signed David Moore are currently the top receivers on the Broncos WR depth chart. Hamler will rehab and look to return for the 2022 season and can be stashed in dynasty leagues.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler (knee) suffered a torn ACL in the Week 3 win over the New York Jets and will miss the rest of the season, according to a source. Hamler will finish his second season in the NFL with five catches on 10 targets for 74 yards. The speedy deep threat wasn't able to take advantage of Jerry Jeudy's high ankle sprain the last two weeks. With Jeudy still out for another few weeks at least, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and tight end Noah Fant should be the team's top three receiving targets for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Hamler remains a dynasty/keeper stash for his big-play ability, but he can obviously be dropped in any deeper single-year leagues. Patrick should remain a WR4/flex heading into Week 4 against the Baltimore Ravens after he led the team in receiving in Week 3.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler (knee) injured his left knee in the first half of the 26-0 Week 3 win over the New York Jets on Sunday and didn't return in the second half. Hamler wasn't putting much weight on his leg when he left for the locker room, so he could be looking at missed time, pending an MRI exam on Monday. Before his injury, he caught one of his three targets for a 28-yard gain. The 22-year-old saw only three targets last week as well, and his volume hadn't really increased in the wake of the Jerry Jeudy (ankle) injury. With Hamler possibly looking at an extended absence, he's certainly not worth rostering in standard 12-team leagues for the time being. If Hamler misses any time, Diontae Spencer could see more snaps behind Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick.
Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver KJ Hamler was fifth on the team in targets in the Week 2 win over the Jacksonville, and he managed to catch only one of his three targets for five yards. Hamler didn't exactly take advantage of his first game without Jerry Jeudy (ankle) in the starting lineup, and he's also had issues with drops. He has plenty of big-play ability because of his elite speed, though, and Hamler could be just one big play from suddenly becoming a popular waiver-wire pickup in fantasy. That could easily happen in Week 3 against the New York Jets, but fantasy managers can't seriously consider him a starting option in yearly formats just yet, as he's clearly the fourth or fifth option for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater right now.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler came into the Week 2 contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars with added expectation with Jerry Jeudy (ankle) out for the foreseeable future with a high-ankle sprain. Unfortunately, Hamler was only able to reel in one of his three targets for five yards in the 23-13 win. Courtland Sutton saw by far the most targets among the receiving corps in the first game with Jeudy sidelined. It doesn't mean that Hamler will continue to see few targets in this passing attack, but it also shows us that he isn't guaranteed extra looks with Jeudy out. The 22-year-old second-year pass-catcher is an exciting big-play threat down the field because of his speed, but he will continue to be more of a boom/bust WR4/flex in deeper leagues.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler is set to see more playing time with Jerry Jeudy (ankle) out for the next four to six weeks with a high-ankle sprain. Hamler saw four targets and played just 36.4 percent of the offensive snaps in the Week 1 win over the New York Giants. That translated to three receptions for 41 yards, and the second-year receiver's one drop could've been a 50-yard touchdown. Even with Jeudy out, Hamler might be the No. 4 pass-catching option for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, but he should at least see more playing time and some more targets. Hamler is only rostered in seven percent of Yahoo leagues, but that number could skyrocket if he makes a few big plays in a nice matchup against the Jaguars in Week 2.
With Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy out four to six weeks with a high ankle sprain suffered in the Week 1 win over the New York Giants, receivers Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler will join Courtland Sutton in three-receiver sets in Week 2 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Tyrie Cleveland and rookie Seth Williams are candidates to be called up from the practice squad. Punt returner Diontae Spencer figures to work as the No. 4 wideout. Patrick and Hamler will both be attractive waiver-wire pickups this week. Patrick was the team's best pass-catcher in 2020 with Sutton injured, and he'll represent a decent WR4/flex with Jeudy out. Hamler is a speedy deep threat that will be more of a boom/bust flex receiver.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler finished the 27-13 Week 1 win over the New York Giants with three catches on four targets for 41 yards. But Hamler could've had a much bigger game if he hadn't dropped what would have been at least a potential 50-yard touchdown catch after he burnt New York's secondary with his elite speed. The second-year wide receiver is an exciting deep threat with big-play potential, but he entered the season on the waiver wire in most 12-team leagues because he's buried on the depth chart. Jerry Jeudy (ankle) will likely be out around a month with a high-ankle sprain, so Hamler will now become a boom/bust WR4/flex option in deeper leagues. That boom potential could come to fruition as early as Week 2 against a Jaguars defense that was pounded by the Texans in the season opener.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler will be available in Week 1 of the regular season against the New York Giants despite sitting out the preseason finale with a non-COVID-19-related illness. Given Hamler's production during training camp and the preseason and Tim Patrick's limitations due to minor injuries, it looks like Hamler should open the season as Denver's No. 3 wideout behind Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy. The 22-year-old speed threat can fly down the field and is trending up with the season opener approaching, but fantasy managers in deeper leagues shouldn't expect Hamler to see consistent targets on a weekly basis. He's a true home run threat every time he touches the ball, but his big games will be hard to predict. Injuries were a big issue in Hamler's rookie season, too.
Denver Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler (illness) is unlikely to play in Saturday's preseason against the Los Angeles Rams. He is dealing with a non-COVID-19-related illness and has been unable to practice this week. "He's just sick, he's a lot better today," said head coach Vic Fangio. The 22-year-old recorded 30 catches (56 targets) for 381 yards and three touchdowns in his rookie season. He's flashed his playmaking ability in the preseason, catching three passes for 107 yards and two TDs over the first two games. The Broncos wideout is expected to be for the regular-season opener against the New York Giants. Hamler is the Broncos WR3 but has a ton of upside and is worth taking a flyer in the later rounds of upcoming fantasy drafts.
Denver Broncos wide receiver K.J. Hamler is dealing with a non-COVID-19-related illness and didn't take part in practice on Tuesday. We'd expect him to be back on the practice field soon. Although Hamler has just three catches on four targets in two preseason games, he's managed 107 yards and two touchdowns. The second-year wideout recorded only 30 catches (56 targets) for 381 yards and three touchdowns in his rookie season with shoddy quarterback play, but injuries also limited him to 13 games. The 5-foot-9, 178-pound speedster is a dangerous deep threat, but durability issues are a concern. With Tim Patrick nursing injuries during camp, Hamler has a leg up on the No. 3 receiving job to open the regular season. However, it's hard to see Hamler getting enough volume on a weekly basis to become a reliable receiver in 12-team leagues.
Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver K.J. Hamler only caught one of his two targets for two yards against the Seattle Seahawks in the team's second preseason game on Saturday, but that lone reception was a two-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. On just three catches in two preseason games, Hamler has two touchdowns. The 22-year-old had just 30 catches for 381 yards and three touchdowns and dealt with nagging injuries in his rookie campaign, but he looks to be making his case for the No. 3 receiver job in Denver with Tim Patrick dealing with injuries in training camp. The 5-foot-9, 181-pound Hamler is speedy and can make splash plays deep, but those big plays will be hard to predict, especially if Bridgewater wins the starting job under center. Hamler is unlikely to be drafted in standard 12-team leagues, but he's an intriguing late-round flier in deeper redraft leagues, and he'll be a waiver wire pickup if anything happens to Courtland Sutton or Jerry Jeudy.
Denver Broncos wide receiver K.J. Hamler caught both of his targets, including an 80-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Lock, and finished with 105 yards in the win over the Minnesota Vikings in the preseason opener last Saturday. Hamler's speed has impressed on-lookers during training camp, and he displayed that speed in the first preseason game. Keep in mind, though, that Courtland Sutton (knee) didn't play, and Jerry Jeudy played sparingly and had just three targets. The second-year wideout was inconsistent in 2020, but he showed some big-play ability at times while also dealing with nagging injuries. Hamler will be a boom/bust, late-round dart-throw in deeper leagues if Lock wins the starting gig for Denver.
Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver K.J. Hamler's speed has been impossible to miss early in training camp. "I've been really impressed with KJ out here," tight end Noah Fant said. "He's shown a lot of really good things. The guy can run. He's going to be really good for us." Hamler caught a 50-year touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Lock on the third official day of camp. The 22-year-old pass-catcher dealt with nagging injuries in his rookie season and recently missed some time due to the league's COVID-19 protocols, but Hamler is currently healthy and competing with Tim Patrick for the No. 3 receiving job behind Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy. Hamler's speed should allow him to make splash plays in this offense, but it'll be impossible to predict, and he won't be nearly as attractive as a home run threat if Teddy Bridgewater wins the QB competition. Hamler is an interesting dynasty/keeper asset, but he's likely to go undrafted in most standard 12-team redraft leagues.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said that wide receiver K.J. Hamler (hamstring) will be ready to go for training camp. "We have to do a good job of keeping him healthy," Fangio said. Hamler battled hamstring issues throughout his rookie season and ended the year in 2020 on Injured Reserve with a concussion. The Broncos could ease the second-year wideout back into practices this summer, which could also hurt as he tries to develop chemistry with either Drew Lock or Teddy Bridgewater. Hamler has some intrigue as a speedy deep threat that can make splash plays, but he'll likely continue to be inconsistent from a fantasy standpoint, especially with Courtland Sutton returning in 2021. He'll compete for targets with Tim Patrick behind Sutton and Jerry Jeudy.
Denver Broncos wide receiver K.J. Hamler was a tease for fantasy managers in his rookie season. He gives Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur all kinds of options when he's healthy, as Hamler can be lined up anywhere from the slot to the backfield because of his quickness and speed. But nagging hamstring injuries stunted his progress in 2020 and kept him off the field for this summer's offseason program. The 22-year-old speedster saw action in just 13 games (four starts) and drew 56 targets as the primary deep threat, going for 381 yards and three touchdowns. Hamler has the ability to make splash plays, but he'll be competing with Tim Patrick for the No. 3 job behind Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy. He'll need to stay healthy and win the No. 3 job to even be worth considering as a late-round flier in standard-sized leagues.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler (concussion), pass-rusher Bradley Chubb (ankle) and defensive end Shelby Harris (knee) did not practice on Wednesday. Chubb missed the Week 16 loss to the Chargers, while Hamler suffered a concussion early on and was ruled out for the rest of the game. With nothing left to play for but pride in Week 17 against the Raiders, we'd expect both Hamler and Chubb to sit out. Hamler, a second-round rookie, was rarely used out of the slot in his first NFL season, catching 30 passes (56 targets) for 381 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games. The Penn State product should be a bigger part of the offense next year, but he'll open the season as strictly a dynasty/keeper league stash. DaeSean Hamilton will see work in three-receiver sets if Hamler sits out in Week 17. Chubb is one of the team's best pass-rushers, but he was missing his running mate in Von Miller (ankle) this year. Better days are ahead for the Broncos Defense if they can add some key players in the draft. We'd recommend avoiding Denver's defense against Las Vegas to close out the year.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler (concussion) was evaluated for a concussion early in the Week 16 game against the Chargers and was eventually ruled out for the rest of the game. Hamler suffered the injury when he was tackled on a run of only three yards. He was not targeted at all in the passing game before suffering the head injury. With the Broncos playing for nothing but pride in Week 17 against the division-rival Raiders, it's likely that they will rest their second-round rookie to close out the year. The 21-year-old is a speedy and explosive threat out of the slot for this young Broncos offense, but he battled injuries and caught just 30 passes for 381 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games in 2020. He's a nice dynasty/keeper asset and could become useful in deeper leagues in 2021 if he's more involved in the offense. If Hamler sits out in the season finale, DaeSean Hamilton could be a DFS sleeper after leading Denver in receiving against the Chargers.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler broke out for 86 yards and two touchdowns in the Week 14 win over the Panthers. But he had just two catches on three targets, proving to be an outlier, especially after he caught just one of four targets last Saturday against the Bills for four yards. Hamler has 35 yards or fewer in four of his last five games as the fourth or fifth target for second-year quarterback Drew Lock. The 21-year-old might be able to roast Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr. for a play or two this weekend, but there's no guarantee that Lock will be able to hit him. Overall this year, LA's defense has been pretty solid against opposing wideouts, although they have allowed some big chunk plays. Hamler will be a desperation WR4/5 in the deepest of leagues in Week 16.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler was coming off a two-touchdown performance in Week 14 against the Panthers heading into Saturday's Week 15 tilt with the Bills. But Hamler really disappointed after his best game of the season, going for just one catch on four targets for just four receiving yards. We warned fantasy managers that Hamler couldn't be trusted despite his two touchdowns last weekend. Both of the passes that the 21-year-old caught last week went for touchdowns, and he had just two catches the previous week as well. In fact, Hamler hasn't had more than two catches since Week 11 against the Dolphins, and he's had more than four receptions in a game just once in 2020. The volume isn't there and the rookie is quarterback Drew Lock's fourth or fifth read on every play. You can continue to leave Hamler on the waiver wire in most single-year leagues.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler had his best game of the season in the Week 14 win over the Panthers when he corralled two of his three targets for 86 yards and two touchdowns. Now that's efficiency. But with just three targets in that game and eight in the last two games, we can't expect Hamler to go bonkers like that again, especially since he only has three scores on the season. It was nice to see the Penn State product win deep last week, but he's seen just seven targets all year beyond 20-plus yards, with three coming last Sunday. Buffalo's defense has been vulnerable to slot receivers, but Hamler just isn't seeing enough volume to be a viable starting option during the fantasy postseason. Expect him to be the No. 4 target behind Tim Patrick, Jerry Jeudy and Noah Fant.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler had by far the best game of his first season in the NFL in Week 14 against the Panthers. Hamler caught two of his three targets for 86 yards and two touchdowns in the 32-27 victory. The three targets were nothing special, but the Penn State product made the most of his limited opportunities on Sunday and showed why he was a second-round pick for Denver. The slot receiver is explosive and athletic and has 29 catches for 377 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games in his rookie season. Hamler will face Buffalo's defense in Week 15 on Saturday, where he'll once again be a DFS sleeper. The Bills Defense has been pretty solid against wideouts this season fantasy wise, so Hamler will continue to be a very risky deep-league flex with limited opportunities to make noise. The 21-year-old needs to be owned in all dynasty/keeper leagues.
In the last two games, Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler has a grand total of two catches on five targets for 16 yards. Excluding the debacle in Week 12 against the Saints, Hamler has six receptions on 11 targets for 51 yards in his last two performances with quarterback Drew Lock active. The speedy slot man from Penn State could have a bright future, but his 2020 fantasy picture isn't as rosy with Lock struggling with accuracy issues. Denver's recipe for success on offense this year has been to run the football effectively and avoid having to rely on Lock taking shots down the field. The Broncos wideouts haven't seen much volume, and Hamler is the fourth receiving option, at best. The 21-year-old should remain on the waiver wire in standard-sized redraft leagues.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler did very little in the 22-16 loss to the division-rival Chiefs on Sunday night. The rookie caught only two of his five targets for 16 yards in the contest. Hamler also added two carries for 13 yards in the second loss of the season to Kansas City. The Penn State product was also a non-factor last week, but so was all of Denver's offense with the entire quarterback room inactive due to COVID-19. The 21-year-old is a speed and intriguing receiving threat for Denver out of the slot after being taken in the second round, but he has just one touchdown on the season and 27 receptions on 49 targets for 291 yards in 10 games. With quarterback Drew Lock's accuracy issues and a low target share, Hamler can't be trusted as a starting option in single-year leagues just yet.
Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler will be a nice weapon out of the slot for the Broncos in the future, but he's just not seeing enough consistent targets in his rookie season to be a realistic receiver to roster in single-year formats. Hamler had 26 targets in a three-game span from Weeks 9-11, but he wasn't targeted at all in Denver's Week 12 disaster against the Saints when the entire team's quarterback room was inactive due to COVID-19. He should bounce back this Sunday night against the Chiefs, but fantasy managers shouldn't be looking at him as a starting option against a KC defense that has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to opposing pass-catchers this year. Hamler had only two catches on three targets for a paltry 24 yards in the team's first meeting with their division rivals back in Week 7.
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