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WR Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos

6-3, 224Born: 12-25-1987College: Georgia TechDrafted: Round 1, pick 0

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Demaryius Thomas has often struggled with inconsistency during his career. When he's on, his highs are among the highest in the NFL, such as when Thomas set an NFL record with seven consecutive 100-yard games earlier this season. Unfortunately, when Denver needed him the most against the Colts, Thomas had his worst game of the last two seasons. He opened his day with a 1-yard touchdown on a fade route against overmatched Indianapolis safety LaRon Landry, but that was the last highlight of his day. Thomas failed to get open against Indianapolis' top cornerback, and while his deep targets were all badly thrown and uncatchable, Thomas also had a pair of egregious, drive-killing drops. For a player known for his after-the-catch skills, Thomas also failed to break tackles, convert first downs, or generally make anything happen with the ball in his hands.

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Broncos | Demaryius Thomas has non-exclusive tag (Tue Mar 3, 02:55 AM) - Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas has the non-exclusive franchise tag, which means Thomas can have talks with other teams but those teams must supply two draft picks to the Broncos if Thomas signs with another club.

Our View: We'd be stunned if some team ponied up the two first-round picks it would take to sign Thomas away from the Broncos. Yes, he's a top-5 receiver in today's game but this is an incredibly deep free agent class, and the draft has some quality talent in it as well. Thomas likely gets a long-term deal done with Denver before the July 15th deadline.
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Broncos | Demaryius Thomas gets tagged (Mon Mar 2, 02:24 PM) - Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas officially received the franchise tag Monday, March 2.

Our View: The Broncos were working on a long-term deal, and with this tag they'll have until July 15th to get something done. With the franchise tag, Thomas is guaranteed a one-year salary of around $12.8 million. This move also means that TE Julius Thomas is likely to leave in free agency.
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Broncos | Demaryius Thomas to get franchise tag (Sun Mar 1, 11:09 PM) - The Denver Broncos are expected to use the franchise tag on WR Demaryius Thomas Monday, March 2, all but ensuring the team keeps the wideout for the 2015 season. They are expected to use the 'nonexclusive' tag, which makes it possible for other teams to negotiate with Thomas. However, the team has the right to match any offer, and if he is signed away the team is compensated by the signing team with two first-round draft picks.

Our View: The team isn't going to let him get away. With the franchise tag, the Broncos will have until July 15th to get Thomas signed to a new long-term deal. We're expecting Thomas to get a contract that pays him around $14 million annually.
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Broncos | Tag coming for Demaryius Thomas (Thu Feb 19, 08:04 PM) - Denver Broncos impending free-agent WR Demaryius Thomas will have the franchise tag placed on him if the team can't work out a long-term deal in the next few days, according to general manager John Elway. Both sides have had the framework of a five-year deal on the table over the last year. The franchise tag for receivers this year is expected to be in the $12.7 to $12.9 million range.

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