Andre Holmes

#19 WR / Denver Broncos / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 lb Age: 31 College: Hillsdale Bye 10

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    Andre Holmes: Let go by Denver

    Andre Holmes (ankle) was released by the Broncos on Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.The Broncos acquired Holmes via waivers after he was cut by the Bills in early December. The veteran wideout went on to appear in three games with Denver, hauling in his lone target during that span for a five-yard reception before moving to injured reserve after suffering a high-ankle sprain. Holmes should be back to full strength by the time teams reconvene for OTAs, but it's unlikely he'll have a robust market as he heads into free agency. As a 30-year-old wideout who has topped out at 47 receptions, 693 yards and four touchdowns during any of his seven seasons, Holmes may have to wait until some bigger names at the position come off the board before landing a depth role with a team.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Quiet in time with Denver

    Andre Holmes caught his lone target as a Denver Broncos, a gain of five yards, and caught 12 of 23 targets as a Buffalo Bill, gaining 157 yards, during 2018.Holmes was on the Broncos' roster for three games and was targeted just once before heading to injured reserve with an ankle injury. His future with the team is unclear. On one hand, he's a big-bodied veteran option who counts just $1.45 million against the cap in 2019. On the other, his signing was based on his familiarity with offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave's scheme, and Musgrave is likely out following the firing of head coach Vance Joseph. Even if Holmes stays on in 2019, he's likely little more than a special teams contributor and depth option --- outside of maybe Emmanuel Sanders, the Broncos figure to look to develop their young, talented targets in 2019.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Moves to injured reserve

    Andre Holmes (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.The move means little in regards to the severity of Holmes' left high-ankle sprain, simply that he would have been ruled out for Sunday's season finale against the Chargers. The 30-year-old may need some time to make a full recovery, but should be ready for offseason OTAs in the spring.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Not practicing this week

    Andre Holmes (ankle) wasn't taking part in the portion of Thursday's practice that was open to the media, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Holmes' inability to practice for the second straight day adds further credence to the report Mike Klis of 9News Denver issued Wednesday, wherein the wideout was revealed to be dealing with a high-ankle sprain that will likely keep him sidelined for the season finale against the Chargers. The Denver Broncos will officially reveal Holmes' odds of playing in that contest or rule him out entirely when the team releases its final practice report Friday.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Likely done for season

    Andre Holmes is dealing with a high left ankle sprain and is unlikely to suit up in Sunday's season finale against the Chargers, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Holmes isn't a significant part of the Denver passing game, but his likely absence for Week 17 represents yet another blow to a decimated receiver room that has already lost Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) and Demaryius Thomas (traded to the Texans) for the season. With Holmes out of the mix for Sunday, River Cracraft is in line to serve as the Denver Broncos' No. 4 wideout.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: MRI upcoming

    Andre Holmes will undergo an MRI on his left ankle Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Holmes was spotted limping in the locker room following Monday's game against Oakland. He was unable to log any counting stats during the Week 16 loss.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Has one catch in Denver debut

    Andre Holmes caught his only target for a five-yard gain during Saturday's 17-16 loss to Cleveland.Holmes got into the action early in the second quarter, helping convert a second-and-short to set up a Brandon McManus field goal. Holmes garnered just eight offensive snaps on Saturday and, though that could certainly increase with his prior familiarity with Bill Musgrave's attack, that probably wouldn't make sense. Denver has nothing much to play for and should see what it has in first-year targets Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton and Tim Patrick in these final two games of the season, both against division rivals -- Oakland and Los Angeles -- with solid pass defenses.

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    Broncos' Andre Holmes: Lands with Denver

    The Denver Broncos claimed Andre Holmes off waivers Wednesday, Zac Stevens of reports.Holmes didn't take long to land elsewhere after the Bills waived him and fellow wideout Kelvin Benjamin a day earlier. The veteran will give the Broncos some added depth and experience in the wake of top receiver Emmanuel Sanders sustaining a torn Achilles' tendon during Wednesday's practice, which will likely spell an end to his season. Beyond Holmes, the team's other healthy options at the position are Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton, Tim Patrick and River Cracraft.

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    Andre Holmes: Let go by Buffalo

    The Bills have released Andre Holmes.The team also released Kelvin Benjamin on Tuesday, with the moves thinning out the Bills' wideout depth, but paving the way for younger and faster players to get more snaps. In 12 games this season, Holmes caught 12 passes for 157 yards. At 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, the 30-year-old brings good size to the table, but it's still hard to imagine him suddenly emerging as a red-zone threat down the stretch, even if he catches on with a new team in short order.

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    Bills' Andre Holmes: Targeted once in big win

    Andre Holmes caught his lone target for 21 yards during Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.Sunday was far and away Buffalo's biggest offensive outpouring of the season, but it didn't do much for Holmes, who has now caught one or no passes in five of his last six games. The statuesque target remains a good deep threat who might have the advantage of catching passes from big-armed rookie Josh Allen (elbow) following the bye. That's where the good news ends. Week 12 brings a Jacksonville defense giving up just 201 passing yards per game, the best in the league.