Denver Broncos Tight End Remains Absent From Practice

The Denver Broncos season has been an unmitigated disaster thus far on the back of an offence that has struggled to move the ball, but that doesn't mean they've completely lacked bright spots, as young rookie tight end Greg Dulcich has become a genuine TE1, and will play a big role for this team over the coming years. 

Even with a struggling Russell Wilson, Dulcich has managed to put together 33 catches for 411 yards and 2 Touchdowns, despite limited playing time early in year, but unfortunately, he's been absent from practice these last few days with a hamstring injury, and remained on the sidelines on Thursday.

With two games to go, the Broncos have likely seen enough to know what Dulcich can do in the future, so there's a chance that they completely shut him down for the rest of the year, but if they can get him back on the field, he's become a genuine weapon that could blossom into a top tight end for years to come.

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