Denver Broncos trade WR Demaryius Thomas to Houston Texans

The Denver Broncos have traded receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans. More

The Denver Broncos have traded receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans. More

Thomas, meanwhile, should also see a slight uptick, moving into the Houston passing game where Deshaun Watson will be throwing to him, as the second option to DeAndre Hopkins.

"Demaryius had an incredible run here, and we can't thank him enough for everything he's meant to the Broncos", general manager John Elway said via a media release.

According to Mike Klis of 9News in Denver, the Eagles, Patriots and Titans all made offers, but ultimately he was shipped to Houston in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round pick and the teams will swap seventh-rounders. "He developed into an elite player over the years, establishing himself as one NFL's most productive, consistent and reliable wide receivers".

"I thought about it, yeah", Elway said. It didn't appear that they really got much in return, whereas the Texans did pretty well in the trade, in their attempt to replace Will Fuller (torn ACL).

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It looked like a good decision when, with only two minutes on the clock, Iheanacho swept in a cross from Marc Albrighton. He will have an examination and then we will see, of course", Puel told BT Sport.

Sanders has been enjoying his second-best season as a Broncos player this year; with 606 yards and three touchdowns through eight games.

Thomas was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2012-14 and 2016.

Thomas, 30, has the second-most receiving yards (9,055) and touchdown catches (60) in Broncos history, trailing Rod Smith in both categories.

Meanwhile, Kalambayi, a sixth-round rookie out of Stanford, recorded a season-high five tackles during last weeks 42-23 victory over the Miami Dolphins and has shown promise in recent weeks on special teams.

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