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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Lands on IR

    Dulcich (hamstring) has been placed on IR by the Broncos, Ben Swanson of the team's official site reports. With the Broncos eliminated from playoff contention, Dulcich's season is officially over. The 2022 third-rounder thus concludes his rookie campaign with 33 catches (on 55 targets) for 411 yards and two TDs in 10 games. Looking ahead to next year, Dulcich should lead Denver's tight end corps out of the gate in 2023, a context that will place the UCLA product firmly in the fantasy radar at his position.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Won't play in Week 17

    Dulcich (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dulcich failed to practice in any capacity this week. With the Broncos out of the playoff picture, it wouldn't be surprising if the rookie tight end failed to suit up for the Week 18 season finale against the Chargers as well. Dulcich also suffered a hamstring injury just before the season, which kept him out until Week 6. In his absence, Eric Saubert, Eric Tomlinson, Andrew Beck and possibly Albert Okwuegbunam will see snaps at tight end against Kansas City.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Still not practicing

    Dulcich (hamstring) wasn't spotted at practice Friday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dulcich didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday either, which suggests that he's trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Chiefs. If he ends up ruled out for the contest, Eric Saubert, Eric Tomlinson and possibly Albert Okwuegbunam would be in line to see added Week 17 snaps.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Still not practicing

    Dulcich (hamstring) won't practice Thursday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dulcich didn't practice Wednesday either, which clouds his status for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. If the 2022 third-rounder -- who logged a 4-39-1 line on eight targets Week 16 versus the Rams -- is unable to play this weekend, added tight end snaps would be available for Eric Saubert, Eric Tomlinson and possibly Albert Okwuegbunam.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Not practicing Wednesday

    Dulcich (hamstring) wasn't spotted at Wednesday's practice, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dulcich hurt his hamstring late in Sunday's 51-14 loss to the Rams, so his status will need to be tracked in advance of this weekend's game against the Chiefs. If Dulcich is out this weekend, more snaps at tight end would be available for Eric Saubert, Eric Tomlinson and Albert Okwuegbunam.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Not returning Sunday

    Dulcich has been ruled out of Sunday's game at the Rams due to a hamstring injury. Prior to his departure in the fourth quarter, Dulcich reeled in four of eight targets for 39 yards and one touchdown, marking his second end-zone visit of the season. His status now will need to be watched as the Broncos prepare for a Week 17 road matchup with the Chiefs next Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: TEs to Sit

    Dulcich had the dream matchup in Week 15 against the Cardinals, who have allowed the most Fantasy points to opposing tight ends this year, but he failed to deliver with one catch for 11 yards on two targets. Maybe he'll rebound in Week 16 at the Rams with Russell Wilson (concussion) back, but Dulicich has now scored seven PPR points or less in five of his past six games. He has plenty of potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy tight end in the majority of leagues, but he might not reach that potential until 2023. For Week 16, keep Dulcich reserved in most formats.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Disappears against Arizona

    Dulcich recorded one catch on two targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 24-15 win over Arizona. Dulcich entered the game having seen eight targets in consecutive contests, and there was little reason to believe that would change with both Courtland Sutton (hamstring) and Kendall Hinton (hamstring) sidelined. However, Dulcich was overshadowed by several of the Broncos' peripheral pass catchers, including Eric Tomlinson and Brandon Johnson. Dulcich should have the opportunity to bounce back in Week 16, as Russell Wilson (concussion) is expected to return from a one-game absence.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: TEs to Start

    Dulcich has several things working in his favor in Week 15 against Arizona. The Cardinals allow the most Fantasy points to opposing tight ends, and 10 tight ends have scored at least 10 PPR points against Arizona this year, including Hunter Henry in Week 14. Courtland Sutton (hamstring) is banged up, and in the past two games with Sutton hurt, Dulcich has eight targets in each outing against Baltimore and Kansas City. And he has Brett Rypien starting this week for Russell Wilson (concussion), and the last time Rypien started in Week 7 against the Jets, Dulcich had a season-high nine targets for six catches and 51 yards. This could be a huge week for Dulcich in Week 15.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    If you start Dulcich, you're not only buying into the matchup but you're also banking on Brett Rypien to be more accurate than Russell Wilson when targeting him, which isn't really saying much. The lack of valuable targets is scary, and there is actually a chance the Broncos handle the ball with a lead, which means fewer targets to go around. But it's the upside that keeps him as a top-10 tight end, and a potential must-start in non-PPR. I'd give Dulcich the nod over Gerald Everett, Taysom Hill and Chigoziem Okonkwo.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Contrarian DFS Play (TE Preview)

    Dulcich let us down last week, but he's facing the defense that allows the most production to tight ends. And Brett Rypien starting might even be better for him. The last time Rypien started, Dulcich saw a career-high nine targets.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Three grabs in Sunday's loss

    Dulcich caught three of eight targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 34-28 loss to Kansas City. The rookie tight end struggled to get on the same page with Russell Wilson (concussion) early, but Dulcich made some big catches later in the game as the Broncos tried to claw their way back from a 27-0 deficit. He's has seen eight targets in back-to-back contests as his role in the offense continues to grow, but Wilson's exit in the fourth quarter puts the QB's status for Week 15 in question. Dulcich would be a less appealing fantasy option with Brett Rypien under center against the Cardinals.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: TEs to Start

    Dulcich looked great in Week 13 at Baltimore with six catches for 85 yards on eight targets. He should benefit with Courtland Sutton (hamstring) likely out in Week 14, and the Broncos should be throwing a lot against the Chiefs. After a three-game lull where he scored a combined 12 PPR points, Fantasy managers can feel good about starting Dulcich again in the majority of leagues.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Week 14 Streamers (TE Preview)

    Feel like a yo-yo with Dulcich? It is. But the Broncos used him in a different way last week and said they plan on using him more like a wide receiver moving forward. With Courtland Sutton likely on the shelf, that's more believable. Once again, Dulcich looks like a must-start tight end.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Week 14 Waiver Priority List

    Dulcich showed up again in Week 13 at Baltimore with six catches for 85 yards on eight targets, and hopefully he can build off this performance for the rest of the season. With Courtland Sutton (hamstring) hurt, Dulcich should continue to be featured from Russell Wilson. And the Broncos should be throwing a lot against the Chiefs in Week 14. Dulcich is worth starting as a top-10 Fantasy tight end in all leagues against Kansas City, and hopefully he can remain a starter in all formats for the rest of the year. Dulcich should be added where available for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Team-high receiving yardage in loss

    Dulcich brought in six of eight targets for 85 yards in the Broncos' 10-9 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. The rookie tight end bounced back from a rough stretch that had seen him produce a 7-52 line on 12 targets over his previous three games, tying his career best in receptions and posting his second-highest receiving yardage tally. Dulcich led the Broncos in receptions, receiving yards and targets for the day as well, sending him into a Week 14 home battle against the Chiefs with positive momentum.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Slump continues

    Dulcich caught two of three targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Panthers. Dulcich showed promise in his first three appearances after debuting in Week 6, accumulating 182 receiving yards and a touchdown on 17 targets. The rookie tight end has cooled off in three games since, failing to jump-start a sputtering Broncos offense while turning 12 targets into just 52 yards. Dulcich will look to get back on track against the Ravens in Week 13.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Tallies four catches

    Dulcich recorded four catches on five targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 22-16 loss to the Raiders. Dulcich remained heavily involved in the Denver offense, finishing tied for second on the team with five targets. He contributed primarily in the short areas of the field, though he did turn in a 15-yard reception on the Broncos' first offensive play of the game. Since being activated from injured reserve prior to Week 6, Dulcich has at least four receptions in three of five games.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I'll stick with Dulcich one more time with his matchup against the Raiders in Week 11. Prior to his dud in Week 10 at Tennessee with two PPR points, Dulcich had scored at least 11 PPR points in three games in a row. And the Raiders are No. 6 in most Fantasy points allowed to tight ends.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Sleeper TEs

    I'll stick with Dulcich one more time with his matchup against the Raiders in Week 11. Prior to his dud in Week 10 at Tennessee with two PPR points, Dulcich had scored at least 11 PPR points in three games in a row. And the Raiders are No. 6 in most Fantasy points allowed to tight ends.
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