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2020 23 293 12.74 2 0.00 392.4
3y Avg. 17 197 11.59 1 0.00 252.3

Fantasy News

  • DaeSean Hamilton: Waived by Texans

    Hamilton (knee) was waived by the Texans with an injury designation Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Hamilton suffered a knee injury at Tuesday's training session, ultimately leading to him being waived . It's a tough blow for the wide receiver who missed all of the 2021 season with a torn ACL. Hamilton is a candidate to land on IR if he goes unclaimed.
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  • Texans' DaeSean Hamilton: Suffers knee injury

    Hamilton suffered a knee injury at Tuesday's OTAs, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. The wide receiver went down with a right knee injury which required the attention of the training staff, but there's no official word on his exact injury yet. Hamilton signed a one-year deal with the Texans in the offseason after the former Bronco missed all of 2021 due to a torn ACL suffered last May.
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  • Texans' DaeSean Hamilton: Signs with Texans

    Hamilton signed a one-year contract with the Texans on Monday. Hamilton had a consistent role for the Broncos across the first three seasons of his career, but he sustained a torn ACL last May that forced him to miss the 2021 campaign. He's now healthy ahead of offseason activities as he prepares to compete for a role with Houston. The 27-year-old secured 23 of 44 targets for 293 yards and two touchdowns during the 2020 season and will compete with Nico Collins, Chris Conley and Chris Moore for targets behind Brandin Cooks (knee) heading into 2022.
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  • DaeSean Hamilton: Set to be released

    The Broncos informed Hamilton (knee) of his release Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The report indicates that Hamilton, who suffered a torn ACL last May, has recovered from the injury. As a result, the 2018 fourth-rounder -- who recorded a 23-293-2 stat line over 16 games in 2020 -- should catch on elsewhere as a depth wideout.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Reverts to NFI list

    Hamilton (knee) has reverted to Denver's reserve/non-football injury list after going unclaimed on waivers Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Hamilton suffered a torn ACL away from team facilities just as the Broncos were closing in on trading him elsewhere. Instead, Hamilton will now remain on the NFI list for 2021. Hamilton will no doubt undergo surgery in the near future before beginning a lengthy rehab process.
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  • DaeSean Hamilton: Officially waived Tuesday

    Hamilton (knee) was waived by the Broncos on Tuesday with a non-football injury, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. The 26-year-old was apparently told Thursday that Denver would trade or waive him, and his fate was sealed after he suffered a torn ACL away from team facilities a day later. Hamilton caught 81 passes for 833 yards and five touchdowns over his three seasons with the Broncos, but he won't be taking the field in 2021 due to the injury.
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  • DaeSean Hamilton: Tears ACL at disastrous time

    Hamilton (knee) suffered a torn ACL away from team facilities Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. It was announced Thursday that Hamilton would be waived by the Broncos, but Rapoport reports that a trade was in the works prior to the 2018 fourth-round pick tearing his ACL. Aside from being a serious injury, the fact the timing of Hamilton's torn ACL will likely nullify any trade deal that may have been brewing is a brutal blow. Denver will await further injury confirmation before making a decision on how to proceed.
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  • DaeSean Hamilton: Done in Denver

    The Broncos will waive Hamilton on Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Hamilton has operated as a capable reserve option since joining the Broncos in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft, but over the past two season he found himself the odd man out in what's become one of the league's most crowded receiving corps. The fact that Hamilton also doesn't contribute much on special teams meant there was little incentive for Denver to keep him on the roster, as moving on frees up $2.18 million in cap space. It would be surprising if Hamilton passes through waivers unclaimed.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Targeted six times

    Hamilton caught two of six targets for 18 yards during Sunday's 32-31 loss to Las Vegas. Hamilton was pushed into the WR2 role mid-game after Tim Patrick went down with a foot injury. He was unable to capitalize, not connecting with Drew Lock on a couple of deep balls down the sideline. Hamilton enters a contract year in 2021 and, though he's had strong chemistry with Lock, faces a crowded receiving corps with the return of Courtland Sutton (knee) and KJ Hamler (concussion).
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Leading receiver in loss

    Hamilton caught five of nine targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 19-16 loss to the Chargers, With KJ Hamler (concussion) forced from the game early and Jerry Jeudy having trouble with drops, Hamilton wound up seeing a season high in targets and topped 33 yards for the first time since Week 8, leading the Broncos in receiving in the process. His two best performances this year have both come against the Chargers, making him a risky option in Week 17's clash with the Raiders even if Hamler remains sidelined.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Attracts no Week 15 targets

    Hamilton was not targeted on 11 offensive snaps during Saturday's 48-19 loss to Buffalo. Hamilton broke a three-game catchless streak with a 13-yard reception during Denver's Week 14 road win over Carolina, but his offensive role again reverted to obsolete against the Bills. The 25-year-old's best stretch of the season came Weeks 7 through 10 when he collected 12 receptions for 153 yards and a pair of touchdowns, however, he hasn't exceeded 20 receiving yards in any of his 10 appearances outside of that brief span.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Snaps catchless streak

    Hamilton caught his lone target for a 13-yard gain during Sunday's 32-27 win over Carolina. Entering Sunday, Hamilton hadn't recorded a reception since Week 10 against Las Vegas. He saw just one target during that stretch. Though the streak is over, Hamilton still isn't a great gamble heading into Saturday's matchup against Buffalo, especially with the continued growth of rookie KJ Hamler. Hamilton has topped 20 yards just three times this season and seen more than three targets in a game just twice.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Catchless streak continues

    Hamilton was not targeted over his 12 offensive snaps during Sunday's 22-16 loss to Kansas City. Seven different Broncos caught passes Sunday night, but Hamilton went without a reception for a third consecutive outing. He enjoyed a stretch that consisted of 12 receptions, 153 yards and two touchdowns between Weeks 7 and 10, but outside of that, the 25-year-old has been held under 20 receiving yards in his other eight outings of 2020. He slots in as a secondary wideout for Denver at best heading into a Week 14 matchup against Carolina.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Catchless in loss

    Hamilton did not haul in his lone target during Sunday's 31-3 loss to New Orleans. The Broncos' passing game was effectively non-existent as practice-squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton handled the quarterbacking for the Broncos. Brighter days are ahead with the return of Drew Lock from COVID protocols, but Hamilton's production might improve only minimally from Sunday. The receiver has just six receptions for 45 yards in the four games since his clutch performance against the Chargers in Week 8. The rise of KJ Hamler should keep Hamilton firmly in the No. 4 WR role Sunday against the Chiefs.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Snags two passes

    Hamilton caught both of his targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 34-27 loss in Atlanta. Hamilton followed up arguably the best performance of his career against the Chargers in Week 8 with a quiet afternoon against the Falcons. Tim Patrick's return to the lineup and the increasing comfort rookies Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler are finding in the offense certainly contributed to Hamilton's modest production.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Nabs first touchdown of season

    Hamilton caught four of five targets for 82 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 31-30 win over the Chargers. Hamilton's 40-yard catch-and-run touchdown to bring the Broncos within a score in the fourth quarter is going to be the highlight, but the comeback doesn't even get started if not for an earlier Hamilton catch. With Denver trailing and facing third-and-eight midway through the third quarter, Hamilton found a soft spot in the defense and gained 18 yards. Phillip Lindsay's 55-yard touchdown came on the very next play. Hamilton has struggled with drops in key moments this season, but he came up huge with a career-high 82 yards with Tim Patrick (hamstring) out of the lineup Sunday. Patrick's health is worth monitoring to see what kind of opportunities Hamilton will have in Week 8 against Atlanta.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Two catches against KC

    Hamilton snared two of his three targets for 26 receiving yards during Sunday's 43-16 loss to the Chiefs. Hamilton's reception and yardage totals from Week 7 mark season highs for the Penn State product, though it's been an inefficient year overall. He's hauled in just five of the 14 total passes thrown his way in 2020, while a 4.1 yards-per-target average severely caps his fantasy upside heading into a Week 8 matchup against the Chargers.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Has almost killer drop

    Hamilton did not record a reception despite two targets during Sunday's 18-12 win over New England. Leading 15-3 late in the third quarter, the Denver offense got the ball in Patriots territory after a fumble recovery. Facing third and short, Drew Lock took a shot down field and put the ball on Hamilton's hands, but the Penn State product lost it. The play would have put Denver inside the five-yard line, but instead the team had to settle for a long field goal. Hamilton has just three catches on 11 targets this season and has struggled with drops dating back to last season. Expect a very strong push from fellow Nittany Lion KJ Hamler once the rookie returns to form from a hamstring injury.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Shut out against Bucs

    Hamilton did not garner a target during Sunday's 28-10 loss to Tampa Bay. Hamilton fielded 19 percent of the offensive snaps against the Buccaneers, but Diontae Spencer (one target) was the next-most involved receiver behind starters Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler. Even with Courtland Sutton (knee-ACL) unavailable for the rest of the season, it appears Hamilton may be no more than a peripheral contributor to the Broncos' passing game. He has six targets through the first three weeks of 2020, with Denver heading into a Thursday night matchup against the Jets.
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  • Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Faces competition from draft picks

    The selections of wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler in this weekend's draft pose a threat for Hamilton's role in 2020, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports. Just as he did to end his rookie campaign in 2018, Hamilton ended 2019 on a high note, collecting 11 of his 28 catches, 130 of his 297 yards, and his lone touchdown of the season in Denver's final two games. That didn't completely make up for him being in Joe Flacco's doghouse for much of the first half of the season or a key drop Week 13 against the Chargers. It was never a mystery that Denver was going to select a WR2 early to complement Courtland Sutton, but adding a second makes things interesting. Hamler, who attended Penn State with Hamilton, offers sub-4.3-40 speed from the slot. Head coach Vic Fangio told reporters that Diontae Spencer will be difficult to remove from his returner duties. That likely means that Hamilton, Tim Patrick, Fred Brown and 2019 draft pick Juwann Winfree are all competing for -- at most -- two roster spots.
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