Tim Patrick

#81 WR / Denver Broncos / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 210 lb Age: 25 College: Utah Bye 10

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Commits to Denver

    Tim Patrick signed his exclusive rights tender with the Denver Broncos on Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports.An undrafted free agent in 2017, Patrick spent time with the Ravens, 49ers and Broncos that year before parlaying a reserve/future contract with the latter organization into his first spot on a 53-man roster last season. Injuries took their toll on the receiving corps as the campaign went on, eventually giving him a chance to produce down the stretch. Notably, he corralled 19 of his 30 targets for 242 yards across the last four games. The passing attack under Joe Flacco's direction will revolve around Emmanuel Sanders (once healthy from a torn Achilles) and second-year wideouts Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton. Assuming no more additions to the receivers room, Patrick could thrive in three-wide sets until Sanders is back in the fold.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Tendered by Denver

    The Denver Broncos tendered Tim Patrick on Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Patrick went from little-known undrafted free agent to special-teams contributor to promising young target all in the course of a few months. He finished particularly strong with 19 receptions and a team-high 242 yards during the final four games of 2018. Patrick figures to be prominent component of Denver's young core of the future featuring Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton. That future may come right away depending on whether or not veteran Emmanuel Sanders returns to form in 2019.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Ends 2018 on high note

    Tim Patrick concluded 2018 having caught 23 of 41 passes for 315 yards and a touchdown. He added 17 yards on three carries and fumbled twice, losing one.With Denver drafting two receivers in each of the past two drafts, a youth movement was expected at wideout, but perhaps aside from 2018 second-round pick Courtland Sutton, none of them showed as much promise as Patrick, a 2017 undrafted free agent out of Utah. Patrick was primarily a special-teams contributor for most of the season, but came on strong during the season's final four games following the season-ending Achilles' injury to Emmanuel Sanders. Patrick averaged 4.75 catches and 60.5 yards off of 7.5 targets per game during the season's final quarter after tallying just four catches and 73 yards to that point. A healthy Sanders would certainly be a welcomed sight next season on a roster without many prominent targets, but it's not hard to imagine the future of Denver's passing game being built around two taller receivers (Patrick and Sutton) on the outside.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Back on field

    Tim Patrick (knee) has returned to Sunday's game against the Chargers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.Patrick briefly left the field during the second quarter of Sunday's season finale, then stormed out of halftime with a 21-yard reception. The 25-year-old returns to his role as the Denver Broncos' No. 3 receiver.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Exits game with knee injury

    Tim Patrick is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chargers due to a knee injury, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Patrick exited Sunday's season finale during the second quarter. As long as the 25-year-old remains sidelined, River Caracraft will slot in as Denver's No. 3 wideout.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Makes three catches in loss

    Tim Patrick caught three of five targets for 44 yards in Monday night's 27-14 loss to Oakland. He also lost seven yards on his lone rushing attempt.Since reeling in a season-high seven of 11 targets for 85 yards Week 15, Patrick has slowly come back down to earth over the last two weeks, seeing decreased numbers across the board in successive games. It wasn't entirely his fault, though, as the Denver Broncos were completely shut out in the first half and continued their sloppy play in the second. The 25-year-old will look to rebound at home Week 17 against the Chargers.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Team's leading receiver in loss

    Tim Patrick hauled in five of eight targets, registering a team-high 65 receiving yards during Saturday's 17-16 loss to the Browns.The second-year man out of Utah has been surprisingly steady over the past two weeks, hauling in 12 of 18 targets for 150 receiving yards against Cleveland's and San Francisco's relatively inexperienced secondaries. Patrick may prove to be the Denver Broncos wideout you want on your roster over the final two weeks of the regular season, as he ranks second behind DaeSean Hamilton in wide receiver targets since Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) went down due to injury, and clearly has earned Case Keenum's trust with two targets in crucial third-down situations Saturday. Week 16's matchup isn't scaring anyone off, as Patrick and the Broncos face an Oakland defense that's allowed a 100-yard receiving, multi-touchdown performance in back-to-back games (Travis Kelce with 168 yards and two touchdowns in Week 13, JuJu Smith-Schuster with 130 yards and two scores in Week 14).

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Spearheads receiving corps in win

    Tim Patrick brought in seven of 10 targets for 85 yards in the Denver Broncos' 20-14 loss to the 49ers on Sunday. He also rushed once for 11 yards and fumbled once, although it was recovered by the offense.Patrick co-led the Broncos in receptions while pacing the team in receiving yardage and targets, stepping to the forefront in the wake of Emmanuel Sanders' season-ending Achilles injury. The rookie brings excellent size at 6-4, 212 pounds, and he displayed a strong rapport with Case Keenum in the low-scoring loss. Patrick should be able to improve the more game reps he sees, potential he'll look to deliver on against the Browns in a Week 15 Saturday night matchup.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Should see more targets

    Tim Patrick's teammate, Emmanuel Sanders, is out for the season with a ruptured Achilles' tendon, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Patrick is thus likely in line for an uptick in usage.When the Denver Broncos drafted Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton in April, the thought was that they would be the receivers of the future. The future is now, as Demaryius Thomas was traded away in October and Sanders is now out for the year. While the focus will be on the rookies and veteran acquisition Andre Holmes, don't discount Patrick, who, while not a rookie, is getting the first in-game action of his career. Patrick has actually been targeted more than Hamilton this season, 11 passes to seven, and is averaging over 18 yards per reception in limited work. Expect the Broncos to continue trying to stretch the field vertically with Sutton and Patrick on the outside while Hamilton works more in the slot.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Catchless in win

    Tim Patrick was unable to nab his lone target during Sunday's 23-22 win over the Chargers.The catchless label is accurate but a little misleading: Patrick actually delivered on a clutch 11-yard reception with the Denver Broncos driving in the game's final seconds but was called for a controversial offensive pass interference penalty after jostling with the defender for the ball. Still, Patrick looks like a WR3 for Denver at the moment, ranking third among the team's receivers with 27 snaps Sunday. That might increase if rookie DaeSean Hamilton (knee) misses time. Next up on Sunday is the Steelers' top-10-rated pass defense.