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  • Diontae Spencer: Won't be tendered

    The Broncos won't tender Spencer, who will become a free agent when the new league year starts March 16, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Spencer had two good years as the Broncos' primary returner, but he struggled in that role last season. He garnered a minimal role on offense during his three seasons in Denver, registering just 10 catches for 54 yards.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Records one catch in 2021

    Spencer finished the 2021 season with one catch for minus-3 yards. Spencer played in all but two games this season, but he was a non-factor for the Broncos' offense. The 29-year-old played on just six percent of the team's offensive snaps in 2021, finding it difficult to see the field behind the team's top trio of Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick at wide receiver. Spencer did most of his damage as Denver's leading returner, totaling 17 kickoff returns for 291 yards and 26 punt returns for 206 yards. The wideout will enter the 2022 offseason as a restricted free agent and will be free to negotiate with any teams interested in signing him. The Broncos, however, can match a contract offer if they wish to keep him with the team. Denver's receiving corps is a talented and crowded group, so it will be interesting to see if the Broncos keep Spencer around in 2022. If not, Spencer may look to sign with another team in an effort to push for more playing time on offense.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Inactive Saturday

    Spencer is listed as inactive for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Chiefs due to a coach's decision, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official website reports. With six other healthy wide receivers available, Spencer will be the odd man out Saturday. Thus, his 2020 campaign will officially come to an end.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Plays three snaps Week 17

    Spencer failed to record a single target while playing just three snaps on offense in Sunday's 34-13 loss to the Chargers. With both Jerry Jeudy (illness) and Tim Patrick (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list for Week 17, Spencer entered Sunday's contest as a candidate to see an increased workload. That ultimately didn't come to fruition, however, as the Broncos tapped Kendall Hinton (34 snaps) and Seth Williams (41 snaps) to serve as the primary replacements for Jeudy and Patrick. Denver has since reinstated both Jeudy and Patrick from the list, so Spencer's playing time will continue to come primarily on special teams during the season finale versus the Chiefs.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Starting role likely awaits

    Spencer could have a regular role in three-receiver sets Sunday against the Chargers with Jerry Jeudy (illness) and Tim Patrick (illness) not available after landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list and with Courtland Sutton (illness) listed as questionable for the contest, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Head coach Vic Fangio said that Sutton could still wind up on the list after sitting out Friday's practice with an illness, potentially leaving Denver without its top three receivers. Spencer and Kendall Hinton were left as the only fully healthy wideouts on the 53-man roster Friday before Travis Fulgham and Seth Williams were elevated from the practice squad as COVID-19 replacements for Jeudy and Patrick. With that in mind, Spencer and Hinton are presumably first in line to fill the vacated snaps at receiver, though neither has a resume at the NFL level that makes either a must-start fantasy option. Backup quarterback Drew Lock will also be directing the offense for a second straight game while Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) is out, which could result in the low-tempo Denver offense becoming even more run-heavy.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Held catchless in loss

    Spencer failed to secure his lone target in Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Steelers. Spencer played on just two of the Broncos' 60 offensive snaps Sunday. In a game where Denver trailed Pittsburgh for most of the contest, Spencer's lack of usage was somewhat surprising. The 29-year-old wideout currently is the No. 4 wide receiver on the Broncos' depth chart after KJ Hamler suffered a season-ending torn ACL and while Jerry Jeudy remains sidelined with an ankle injury. With the latter making his return to the field in the near future, Spencer should be ignored for fantasy purposes.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Ready to face Steelers

    Spencer (chest) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Steelers. Spencer entered Sunday with a questionable tag due to a chest injury. He exited the team's Week 4 contest early with the injury, but he was able to return to log two limited practices to close the week. Spencer should serve as the Broncos' primary return man, paired with a very limited offensive role.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Questionable for Week 5

    Spencer (chest) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Spencer practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, but he'll enter Friday's matchup with an injury designation after he exited last week's loss to the Ravens. Kendall Hinton and David Moore will likely see additional work if the 29-year-old is unavailable against Pittsburgh.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Limited in Thursday's practice

    Spencer (chest) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Spencer was unable to practice Wednesday, so it was encouraging to see him back on the field a day later. The 29-year-old will likely have to log a full practice Friday if he hopes to avoid an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Steelers.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Not at practice Wednesday

    Spencer (chest) didn't practice Wednesday, George Stoia III of The Denver Gazette reports. Spencer was forced to leave Sunday's loss to the Ravens after a hard hit in the first half. The 29-year-old is considered day-to-day, so his status should be monitored throughout the week. If he is unable to suit up, the Broncos would likely have to use Kendall Hinton as their primary return man.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Won't return Sunday

    Spencer (chest) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Ravens. Spencer's downgrade means the Broncos will be further shorthanded at receiver for the rest of the contest. Kendall Hinton has already picked up a target in the 29-year-old's absence, and David Moore could see extra work as well.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Expanded role looming

    Spencer will be the next man up after the Broncos lost KJ Hamler (knee) for the season, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports. After logging just nine offensive snaps through the first two weeks of the season, Spencer played 23 snaps during Sunday's contest. The 29-year-old will likely slide into the third spot on the depth chart while the Broncos are without Hamler and Jerry Jeudy. Spencer has only caught 10 passes during his three-year career, so fantasy expectations should be tempered despite the uptick in snaps.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Signs ERFA tender

    Spencer has signed his exclusive rights free agent tender with the Broncos, Zac Stevens of DNVR Sports reports. Spencer will return to the Broncos in 2021 after establishing himself as one of the league's most dangerous punt returners last season. He's expected to maintain a prominent role on special teams but a minimal one on offense, as Spencer recorded just three catches and three rushing attempts for 45 scrimmage yards in 2020.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Targeted twice in loss

    Spencer caught one of his two targets for a 10-yard gain and added a nine-yard run during Sunday's 19-16 loss at the Chargers. He added 111 total yards on five kickoff returns and 46 total yards on three punt returns. Spencer doubled his season total of targets Sunday as KJ Hamler (concussion) exited early. The diminutive wideout was even the closest target to Drew Lock's hail-mary heave at the end of the ballgame. If Hamler can't play in the season finale against Las Vegas, expect Spencer to get a touch or two on offense, particularly on gadget-type plays.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Returns punt for TD

    Spencer had an 83-yard punt return for a touchdown during Sunday's 32-27 win over the Panthers. He also had five yards on his lone kick return. Spencer hasn't drawn a target since Week 6, but he continues to get consistent work in the return game. He earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against the Panthers and is now averaging 17.5 yards per punt return.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Shifts to COVID-19 list

    The Broncos placed Spencer on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Spencer has either tested positive for the virus or come into close contact with an infected person. Regardless, he won't play against the Saints on Sunday. In turn, Tyrie Cleveland and KJ Hamler are expected to return kicks and punts, respecitively.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Registers 32 return yards

    Spencer didn't receive a target on offense but recorded 22 yards on his lone kick return and 10 yards on three punt returns in Sunday's 20-13 win over the Dolphins. Spencer hasn't played more than six snaps on offense in a game this year. The 28-year-old is the team's primary returner, and he's averaged 18.6 yards per kick return and 10.2 yards per punt return.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Ready to play Sunday

    Spencer (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. The 28-year-old was considered questionable due to the shoulder injury, but it won't prevent him from suiting up Sunday. Spencer should handle return duties and work as a depth receiver for the Broncos.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Questionable after full practice

    Spencer (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Spencer practiced fully Friday, which bodes well for his availability. The return man is unlikely to have much of a role on offense unless fellow wide receiver Jerry Jeudy -- who is questionable with a shoulder injury of his own -- sits.
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  • Broncos' Diontae Spencer: Managing shoulder issue

    Spencer (shoulder) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. Spencer suffered the injury during last week's loss to the Falcons, and he appears to be continuing to managing the issue. The Denver receiving corps is all the sudden looking a bit thin, with Spencer, Jerry Jeudy (shoulder) and Tim Patrick (hamstring) all managing injuries during Wednesday's practice.
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