This Tuesday afternoon, the Denver Broncos are reportedly waiving a veteran wide receiver. This specific wide receiver was actually an NFL team's leading receiver just two seasons ago.
According to a report, the Broncos have reportedly waived veteran wide receiver Travis Fulgham. He's entering the fourth year of his NFL career, having now spent time with the Lions, Eagles and Broncos.
In 2020, Fulgham was actually the Eagles' leading receiver. That season he caught 38 passes for 539 yards and four touchdowns. In Denver last year, he appeared in just one game and didn't record a stat. Given his past, though, he's expected to draw interest around the League ahead of the 2022 season.
"Broncos have waived WR Travis Fulgham, per source. Fulgham had 38 catches for Eagles in 2020 so he should draw interest. Broncos WR room suddenly crowded again following big preseason efforts by Brandon Johnson, Kendall Hinton, Jalen Virgil, Seth Williams. #9sports," wrote Mike Klis.
Wide receiver is actually a position of strength for the Broncos, despite losing Tim Patrick to a season-ending injury and cutting Travis Fulgham. Courland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler lead the group.
The Broncos begin their season on Sept. 12 against Russell Wilson's former team, the Seattle Seahawks.