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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Back in Denver

    Trautman has agreed to re-sign with the Broncos on a two-year contract, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. After spending his first three seasons in New Orleans, Trautman finished his first campaign in Denver with 204 yards and three touchdowns on 22 receptions. The 27-year-old projects to again provide depth at tight end in the upcoming season as the No. 2 option behind Greg Dulcich (foot).
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Concludes first season in Denver

    Trautman finished the 2023 season with 22 receptions on 35 targets for 204 yards and three touchdowns. Trautman operated as Denver's No. 1 tight end in 2023, likely benefitting from fellow tight end Greg Dulcich (foot) landing on injured reserve for most of the season. The veteran Trautman produced modest numbers throughout the season, though his three touchdowns were tied with wide receiver Lil'Jordan Humphrey for the third-most scores among all Broncos pass catchers. The 26-year-old will enter the offseason as an unrestricted free agent, and it remains to be seen if Denver will make him an offer to stay with the team.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: One catch in win

    Trautman caught one of two targets for nine yards in Sunday's 16-9 win over the Chargers. Trautman led all Denver tight ends with a 49 percent offensive snap share Sunday, yet he was unable to have much of an impact in the contest. The veteran has recorded just 21 catches for 183 yards and three touchdowns this season, despite his status as the Broncos' No. 1 tight end.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: One target in Week 16

    Trautman failed to reel in his lone target in Sunday's 26-23 loss to the Patriots. Trautman was held catchless in a contest for the fifth time this season, despite his standing as the Broncos' No. 1 tight end. The veteran continues to play a minimal role in Denver's passing attack and less involvement than backup Lucas Krull, who totaled four catches on five targets for 28 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: One catch in loss

    Trautman caught one of three targets for 24 yards in Saturday's 42-17 loss to the Lions. Trautman's modest performance Saturday came on a day when the entire Denver offense struggled to get much going. The veteran played just 47 percent of the Broncos' offensive snaps, his lowest snap share of the season. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Lucas Krull, who was signed to Denver's 53-man roster Saturday, played just one fewer offensive snap (29). The 26-year-old Trautman has not been a major part of the Broncos' offensive plans this season, and splitting playing time would just diminish his fantasy utility even further. In addition, it's possible Greg Dulcich (hamstring) could be nearing a return, further complicating the playing-time situation. Trautman and the Broncos will host the Patriots in Week 16.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Minimal production in win

    Trautman secured both of his targets for 15 yards in Monday's 24-22 win over the Bills. Trautman continued his streak of underwhelming performances Monday, despite leading the way in snaps among Denver tight ends. Through nine games, Trautman has totaled just 13 catches for 84 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Quiet in win

    Trautman caught one of his two targets for five yards in Sunday's 19-17 win over the Packers. The veteran played the majority of tight end snaps Sunday, as he remains the Broncos' No. 1 option with Greg Dulcich (hamstring) back on injured reserve. Trautman caught just one pass on two targets for the second straight week, and his limited involvement in Denver's passing attack make him an unreliable option for fantasy purposes. The 26-year-old will look to get more involved when the Broncos host Kansas City in Week 8.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Catchless in blowout loss

    Trautman failed to secure either of his two targets in Sunday's 70-20 loss to the Dolphins. Despite playing a healthy 87 percent of Denver's offensive snaps, Trautman was a complete non-factor in the Broncos' passing attack Sunday. The lack of involvement is surprising considering the pass-heavy game script Denver saw itself in while trailing the Dolphins in a blowout throughout the game. With Greg Dulcich (hamstring) on injured reserve and not eligible to return until Week 6, Trautman should continue to lead Broncos' tight ends in snaps. Trautman has a good chance to be more involved Week 4, as the Broncos are set to visit the Bears and their porous defense.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Held catchless in loss

    Trautman failed to secure his only target in Sunday's 35-33 loss to the Commanders. Trautman was a complete non-factor Sunday, failing to record a catch after securing all five of his targets Week 1. The veteran tight end appeared to be set for a significant role with teammate Greg Dulcich (hamstring) sidelined, but Trautman was not a big part of Denver's offensive attack against Washington. With Dulcich on IR for at least three more games, Trautman should continue to see the majority of snaps at tight end. Trautman's offensive snap percentage increased from 72 percent Week 1 to 82 percent Week 2. With this trend likely sustaining, Trautman will look to have a bounce-back performance when the Broncos visit the Dolphins in Week 3.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Poised for prominent role

    Trautman will likely be relied upon as a receiving threat even more with Greg Dulcich (hamstring) sidelined for multiple weeks, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. The 26-year-old figures to be the unquestioned primary tight end while Dulcich recovers from a hamstring suffered in Sunday's contest against the Raiders. Trautman already sat atop Denver's depth chart and saw the majority of tight end snaps in Week 1, getting 72 percent of the Broncos' offensive snaps while Dulcich saw a disappointing 33 percent snap share. Additionally, Trautman paced the Broncos in receptions Sunday, catching all five of his targets for 34 yards. The fourth-year veteran should continue to see the bulk of targets at tight end when the Broncos hosts the Commanders in Week 2, with Chris Manhertz likely to step into the No. 2 role.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Solid pass-catching role in loss

    Trautman brought in all five targets for 34 yards in the Broncos' 17-16 loss to the Raiders on Sunday. Trautman ended up pacing the Broncos in receptions on the afternoon, although he averaged just 6.8 yards per reception. A 2020 draft pick of current Denver head coach Sean Payton in New Orleans, Trautman came into Sunday with just 60 career catches over his first three seasons. However, if his Week 1 numbers are any indication, he could be in for a more prominent pass-catching role in his new digs, even with the presence of position mate Greg Dulcich (leg).
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Listed as starter on depth chart

    Trautman was listed as the starting tight end on the Broncos' unofficial depth chart Wednesday, Henry Chisholm of TheDNVR.com reports. Trautman being listed as the Broncos' starting tight end should come as a surprise, as many assumed Greg Dulcich would earn top billing based on his impressive performance as a pass catcher in his rookie season. Nonetheless, Trautman sits atop the depth chart despite what he lacks in skills as a dynamic playmaker. It's the veteran's versatility that may have earned him the No. 1 tight end spot on the depth chart. Addressing the tight end pecking order, head coach Sean Payton said, "Adam is the one guy out here who does a good, solid job at blocking and he gives you some flexibility with the route tree." Though Trautman is listed as the starter, there is a good chance that he doesn't see the most snaps of any tight end in Denver. However, the 26-year-old could see more inline tight end snaps than Dulcich based on his prowess as a blocker.
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  • Broncos' Adam Trautman: Reuniting with HC in Denver

    Trautman was traded by the Saints along with a seventh-round draft pick to the Broncos on Saturday in exchange for a sixth-round selection, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The 2020 third-round pick reunites with former Saints head coach Sean Payton in Denver. Trautman never lived up to his draft status and couldn't really separate himself as the team's top option throughout his tenure in New Orleans, eventually ceding the starting role to Juwan Johnson in 2022. It remains to be seen if that will change much with promising second-year tight end Greg Dulcich (hamstring) atop the Broncos' depth chart and explosive athlete Albert Okwuegbunam also waiting in the wings, but the change in scenery could benefit Trautman if he's able to carve out steady snaps in his new locale.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: First catch in four weeks

    Trautman caught his only target for 16 yards during Sunday's 20-10 victory versus Philadelphia. Trautman logged his first reception and just his second target since a Week 13 loss to Tampa Bay. The tight end finished as one of five Saints players to haul in their lone target behind the team's clear-cut top receiving trio of Rashid Shaheed, Chris Olave and Juwan Johnson. Trautman's primary role as a run blocker has only been reinforced by Johnson's continued production in the passing game over the second half of the season. Barring injuries or a plan to rest starters in Week 18 with the playoffs now out of reach, expect the Saints to continue feeding the ball to receivers other than Trautman.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Gets questionable tag for Week 16

    The Saints list Trautman (ankle) as questionable for Saturday's game at Cleveland, Terrin Waack of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Trautman was listed as a limited participant on practice reports issued Tuesday through Thursday, with his lack of full participation presumably standing in the way of him entering the weekend minus an injury designation. If he ends up active for the Week 16 contest, Trautman will be the Saints' No. 2 option at tight end behind Juwan Johnson, but there could be an uptick in targets headed in both players' direction while New Orleans is without two of its starting receivers in Chris Olave (hamstring) and Jarvis Landry (ankle).
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Limited in practice

    Trautman (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. Limited for a second straight day, Trautman should be able to play Saturday in Cleveland after playing through the same injury last week and handling 65 percent of the offensive snaps in a 21-18 win over the Falcons. He was targeted just once, which isn't unusual when fellow tight end Juwan Johnson is healthy.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Playing in Week 15

    Trautman (ankle) is listed as active Sunday versus the Falcons, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Trautman experienced a season-high 80 percent snap share Week 13 with fellow tight end Juwan Johnson (ankle) sidelined, but it didn't translate to the box score (two catches for 28 yards on three targets). Following the Saints' Week 14 bye, Trautman and Johnson had their practice reps capped Wednesday through Friday and entered the weekend as questionable due to respective ankle issues, but both will be available to the offense Sunday. Johnson's overall 31-349-5 line on 49 targets this season gives him a leg up in terms of fantasy, as Trautman himself has mustered a 16-173-1 tally on 19 targets.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Moderate outing despite No. 1 role

    Trautman notched two receptions on three targets for 28 yards during Monday's 17-16 loss to the Buccaneers. Trautman played a season-high 80 percent of the Saints' offensive snaps with Juwan Johnson (ankle) ruled out. Practice squad tight end Lucas Krull only saw action on 11 of the team's 59 offensive snaps while Taysom Hill continued to slot into a multi-purpose role as a rusher, passer and receiver. However, Trautman did not see a corresponding increase in production. With the Saints heading into a Week 14 bye, Johnson will get extra time to recover and could be back atop the depth chart for the team's next game against Atlanta on Sunday, Dec. 18.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Logs three catches in win

    Trautman gathered in all three targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 27-20 victory over the Rams. Trautman once again served as a short-yardage, checkdown option for quarterback Andy Dalton. The 6-foot-5 tight end also saw his largest snap share of the season after the Saints waived J.P. Holtz and Nick Vannett on Saturday. While Trautman's 40 offensive snaps outpaced No. 1 tight end Juwan Johnson (36), he still logged one fewer target. Trautman's production should continue to be limited by his lack of involvement in the downfield passing game.
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  • Saints' Adam Trautman: Catches two passes in loss

    Trautman hauled in two of three targets for 22 yards during Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Steelers. Trautman tied his season high in targets despite playing fewer than 20 offensive snaps for the second game in a row. The 25-year-old has also caught a pass in each of his last six games, hauling in all but two of his 12 targets over this span. While Trautman has been a consistent short-yardage receiver in the Saints' limited passing offense, his overall production will remain capped while playing behind top tight end Juwan Johnson.
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