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Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 172 1 19 31.5
2022 483 2 4 7 194.8
3y Avg. 218 1 2 9 63
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  • Jets' Brett Rypien: Moving on to New York

    The Jets are signing Rypien off the Seahawks' practice squad Tuesday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. In a corresponding move, New York is waiving Tim Boyle, which will leave Trevor Siemian, Zach Wilson and Rypien as the three quarterbacks on its active roster. Rypien has a prior relationship with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett due to being a member of the Broncos last season, and the QB has four career starts under his belt between Denver and the Rams. In those contests, Rypien completed 77 of 131 passes for 794 yards, three touchdowns and six interceptions, while recording 13 carries for 21 yards and fumbling five times (two lost).
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  • Brett Rypien: Heads back to practice squad

    The Seahawks reverted Rypien to their practice squad Friday. Rypien was elevated from the practice squad in the event that Geno Smith (elbow) was unable to play. Rypien served as the emergency quarterback behind Smith and Drew Lock in Thursday's loss to the 49ers.
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  • Brett Rypien: Cut by L.A.

    The Rams waived Rypien on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The 27-year-old lost his spot on the roster after the team signed Carson Wentz earlier Tuesday. Subbing in for Matthew Stafford (thumb) this past Sunday at Green Bay, Rypien completed 13 of 28 passes for 130 yards, no touchdowns and one interception, while adding three carries for 19 yards and fumbling twice (one lost) in a 20-3 loss. He'll likely land on the practice squad for another team, but Rypien's chances of seeing further game action this season seem slim.
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  • Rams' Brett Rypien: Struggles in start

    Rypien completed 13 of 28 passes for 130 yards and an interception in Sunday's 20-3 loss to the Packers. He also rushed three times for 19 yards and lost a fumble. Rypien had a rough showing while filling in for the injured Matthew Stafford (thumb). Not only did the Rams' offense not score a touchdown, but Rypien turned the ball over twice, including an interception with the game close to begin the fourth quarter. Rypien could return to his backup role if Stafford is cleared to play following Los Angeles' bye week.
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  • Brett Rypien: Joins Rams' practice squad

    Rypien signed with the Rams' practice squad Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Rypien lost the backup quarterback battle to Stetson Bennett, but he'll remain in the Rams' organization. Matthew Stafford is healthy entering 2023 after having his 2022 campaign cut short by neck surgery, but Rypien could have a path to playing time if Stafford gets hurt again considering Bennett is unproven at the NFL level.
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  • Rams' Brett Rypien: Four completions in limited action

    Rypien completed all four of his passes for 14 yards during Saturday's 34-17 preseason loss to the Raiders. Rypien only entered the game for the final two drives and mostly handed the ball off to Zach Evans. Stetson Bennett played the majority of the game but had a much shakier performance than his previous game against the Chargers, going 15-for-24 for 142 yards and an interception. Bennett's extended play may be less a signal that he's gained an edge on Rypien for the opportunity to be Matthew Stafford's primary backup, and more likely that the Rams are trying to give the rookie extra reps and are planning on keeping both quarterbacks on the roster after last year's rotating door of ineffective backups.
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  • Rams' Brett Rypien: Heading to Los Angeles

    Rypien and the Rams agreed to terms on a one-year deal Wednesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Rypien is coming off a 2022 season with Denver in which he appeared in four games and completed 53 of 88 pass attempts for 483 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions. In Los Angeles, the 26-year-old should have the opportunity to compete with rookie fourth-round pick Stetson Bennett for the backup role behind starter Matthew Stafford.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Returning to backup role

    Rypien will serve as the backup to Russell Wilson in Sunday's contest against the Rams after head coach Nathaniel Hackett confirmed that Wilson cleared the concussion protocol and will reclaim starting duties following a one-game absence, Zack Kelberman of reports. Wilson actually cleared the five-step protocol last Friday, but his lack of practice time leading up to the team's Week 15 contest prompted the Broncos to hold him out of the matchup with the Cardinals. Rypien proceeded to pick up his second start of the season and guided the Broncos to a 24-15 win, completing 21 of 26 pass attempts for 197 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Though Rypien helped Denver end a five-game losing streak, he never appeared to be a serious threat to earn more starts over a healthy Wilson, given what the Broncos invested into acquiring the former Seattle quarterback this past offseason.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Shaky in relief Sunday

    Rypien completed four of eight passes for 16 yards and a touchdown with an interception after replacing Russell Wilson (concussion) late in Sunday's 34-28 loss to Kansas City. Entering the game with about 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter and the ball at the Kansas City 16-yard line, Rypien wrapped up the drive with a seven-yard TD strike to Jerry Jeudy. It proved to be Denver's final points of the game, however, and Rypien's subsequent possessions featured a three-and-out in which he fumbled a snap but was able to recover it, and then an INT that effectively ended the game. If Wilson's concussion keeps him sidelined Week 15, Rypien would make his second start of the year against a Cardinals defense that was tied for last in the league in TD passes allowed coming into Week 14.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Can't get offense on track

    Rypien completed 24 of 46 passes for 225 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 16-9 loss to the Jets. Rypien earned his second career start in the absence of Russell Wilson (hamstring), though the Broncos showed no signs of curtailing their passing volume. He started the game in promising fashion by leading Denver to a touchdown on its third offensive possession, though that was the majority of the scoring for the team on the day. Despite averaging only 4.9 yards per attempt, Rypien also managed to keep his primary pass catchers involved, as Jerry Jeudy earned 11 targets and Courtland Sutton nine. Wilson is optimistic that he'll return for a Week 8 matchup against the Jaguars, and if that's the case, Rypien will revert to his backup role.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Will start Week 7

    Rypien is set to start the Broncos' Week 7 matchup against the Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. With Russell Wilson (hamstring) sidelined, Rypien will get the starting nod for Denver. He last saw action in Week 16 of the 2021 season for the Broncos, but this will mark his first meaningful time on the field.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Shines in loss

    Rypien completed 22 of 26 passes for 191 yards and one touchdown while adding nine yards on three carries in Saturday's 42-15 loss to the Bills. Rypien entered the contest in the second half when the Broncos were already trailing the Bills 35-6, but the fourth-year signal caller made the most of his opportunity. The 26-year-old finds himself in a battle for the No. 2 quarterback spot with veteran Josh Johnson, the latter of whom signed with Denver this offseason. Based on the Broncos' first preseason game against the Cowboys, it seemed Johnson was beginning to separate himself in the competition, but Rypien's impressive performance against Buffalo will likely turn the heat up on the battle for the backup spot. If he has another solid performance in Denver's third preseason game against Minnesota on Aug. 27, Rypien could make a push for the No. 2 role as the coaching staff makes its final roster decisions ahead of the 2022 campaign.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Signs tender

    Rypien signed his one-year exclusive rights tender Monday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Rypien spent the majority of the 2021 season as the Broncos' No. 3 signal-caller behind Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock, appearing in just one game and logging three snaps in total. Even with Bridgewater (Miami) and Lock (Seattle) in new locations, Rypien's outlook won't change much in 2022. The Broncos acquired Russell Wilson from the Seahawks earlier in the offseason, while Josh Johnson looks like the favorite for the backup role after he was brought aboard in March on a one-year, $1.3 million deal.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Tendered by Broncos

    The Broncos extended a contract tender to Rypien on Sunday. Rypien played just three offensive snaps during the 2021 campaign and failed to complete either of his two pass attempts. As an exclusive rights free agent, he'll return to Denver in 2022 to serve as a reserve to Russell Wilson.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Won't suit up Sunday

    Rypien (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers. With Drew Lock back off the reserve/COVID-19 list, Rypien slides back down the depth chart. He has not appeared in a game this season.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Ascends to No. 2 role Week 9

    Rypien will serve as the backup quarterback behind starter Teddy Bridgewater in Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports. Aside from exiting early in Week 4 with a concussion, Bridgewater has been healthy and has started every game this season, resulting in Rypien being a fixture on the inactive list as the team's No. 3 quarterback. However, with top backup Drew Lock moving to the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday, Rypien will get the chance to dress Week 9. The Broncos haven't revealed whether Lock tested positive for the virus or if he was ruled out for contact tracing, making it unclear if Rypien will remain the No. 2 signal-caller beyond this week.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Gets one start in sophomore season

    Rypien completed 27 of 40 passes for 295 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions during the 2020 season. He lost five yards on five carries. Rypien started the season as QB3 but impressed enough in relief in Week 3's loss to Tampa Bay to get the start for the injured Drew Lock in Week 4's win versus the Jets. Rypien kept New York in that game with a handful of poor decisions but he also made some big plays downfield, most notably a 48-yard deep shot to Jerry Jeudy for a touchdown. At that point, Rypien became Denver's QB2. Whether he stays there depends on the offseason. The Broncos are almost certainly going to look for competition for Lock either in free agency or the draft. That could push Rypien down a slot heading into 2021.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Returns from COVID-19 list

    Rypien was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Following an unprecedented situation that led to practice squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton playing quarterback in Sunday's loss to the Saints, things are back to normal in Denver. Rypien, Drew Lock and Blake Bortles have all been restored from the COVID-19 list. Lock will start under center in the Week 13 matchup against the Chiefs.
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  • Broncos' Brett Rypien: Could start versus Jets on Thursday

    Coach Vic Fangio relayed Monday that he hasn't decided whether Rypien or Jeff Driskel will start against the Jets on Thursday, Zac Stevens of reports. With Drew Lock (shoulder) out, Driskel started this past Sunday's loss against the Buccaneers, but he was replaced by Rypien after recording just 5.9 yards per attempt, a touchdown and an interception. Rypien was more accurate and just as efficient, completing eight of nine passes for 53 yards (5.9 YPA) and an interception in his first NFL action. The two may compete during the practice week, and Fangio was clear that Blake Bortles isn't in the starting conversation at this time.
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  • Brett Rypien: Set for No. 2 QB duties with Denver

    Head coach Vic Fangio said Thursday that the Broncos intend to call Rypien up from the practice squad to serve as the team's backup quarterback Sunday against the Buccaneers, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports. Though the Broncos will delay placing Drew Lock (shoulder) on injured reserve, the team's starting signal-caller is still expected to miss at least two games. Denver signed Blake Bortles earlier this week to add some experienced depth at the position while Lock is sidelined, but Fangio suggested Bortles likely won't be ready to serve as anything more than an emergency option at quarterback Sunday, if he's even active for the contest. Since Rypien has familiarity with the Broncos' system after spending the past year and a half with the organization as a member of the offseason roster, 53-man roster or practice squad, Fangio views him as an ideal backup in the short term for Jeff Driskel, who will start in place of Lock in Week 3. Rypien could return to the practice squad as soon as Week 4, when Bortles will presumably be up to speed with the new playbook.
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