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in Denver and appreciating those who remain from the Broncos’ historic Super Bowl 50 run." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMast headCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕All that’s left: Few Broncos remain from Super Bowl 50 squadNew Brendan Langley Jersey ,21commentsRemembering the good times in Denver and appreciating those who remain from the Broncos’ historic Super Bowl 50 run. All that’s left: Few Broncos remain from Super Bowl 50 squadPhoto by Sean M. Haffey/Getty ImagesShane Ray takes a moment to snap a photo with Von Miller, and all the feelings come rushing back when Denver Broncos fans see the picture. Ray is fun-loving and easy-going. Wrist complications have stolen the opportunity for him to prove his worth in Denver, now that the Broncos have declined his fifth-year option and he remains a free agent.Von Miller, Emmanuel Sanders, Derek Wolfe and Chris Harris Jr. are the only ones left under contract with the Broncos from their Super Bowl 50 season, and Shane Ray is merely an afterthought. Wolfe is no doubt under the microscope this year. After racking up the third-highest combined tackle total of his Broncos career in 2018 with 43, the sacks total was disappointing (1.5 sacks). The interception against the Jets helped, but the Broncos will be looking for much more production from Wolfe if he hopes to keep his starting job in future years. Let’s hope his back and neck can hold together long enough for him to put together a renaissance season. He’s entering the final year of his deal, and the dead money on his deal is significantly less than it was in 2018 ($10,425,000 less to be exact).Emmanuel Sanders enters the final year of his deal with $1.5 million already in his pocket from an option the Broncos exercised by the March 12 deadline, but question marks remain after his Achilles tear in practice leading up to the San Francisco game last year. The last man standing on offense from the Super Bowl 50 season, the 32-year-old Sanders is a fan favorite and never one to shy away from a challenge. This just happens to be the biggest one he’s faced in his Broncos career.Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty ImagesChris Harris Jr. has been in the news because he also is entering the final year of his deal. Contract negotiations are becoming a theme with the remaining players on the team from Super Bowl 50. As the years pass since the Broncos won the big one, fans can’t help but remember what a rock Harris Jr. has been in the lineup. Dynamic and always ready to make a big play, the one thing Harris Jr. cannot stop is time, as he turns 30 years old this year. The NFL is reluctant to pay 30-year-old corners, and Harris is trying to convince John Elway and the Denver Broncos that he is worth the investment, despite his age.Lastly, there is Miller. The Super Bowl 50 MVP and the best pass rusher Denver has ever seen. Simon Fletcher and Karl Mecklenburg were outstanding, but no one has set the world on fire in Broncos Country like Von Miller. After a nasty contract dispute with John Elway following his Super Bowl MVP performance, Miller now lives like a king, if private jets were around when kings ruled. The Broncos now sit with a 2020 club option on Miller that must be exercised by the final day of the 2019 league year. Thirty-year-old Von will be looking to outperform last year’s 14.5 sacks, a total he’s only toppled once, and that was back in 2012.Broncos fans will always have the good times and the way things were. With athlete turnover comes new hope, and Denver is hoping Joe Flacco can find his hidden Peyton Manning spirit animal, or Drew Lock can channel his inner Jay Cutler. Manning leaves behind a legacy that will remain untouchable Bradley Chubb Jersey , and fans will look forward to the next episode of Peyton’s Places as the character and charisma he flashed at Broncos press conferences becomes evident on his new TV show. Some of the best athletes Denver has ever seen are gone but not forgotten from the Broncos’ 2015 team, and some are still here. Regardless, attention has been turned to the dawn of a new era in Broncos Country as sights are set on the Hall of Fame Game Aug. 1 to open the 2019 season. Tory Fumagalli is a name to watch this summer during Denver Broncos training camp." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMast headCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed underenver Broncos Roster2019 Broncos roster review: Tight end Troy FumagalliNew,59commentsTory Fumagalli is a name to watch this summer during Denver Broncos training camp. 2019 Broncos roster review: Tight end Troy FumagalliJeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsThe Denver Broncos selected former Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli in the 5th round, pick 156 of the 2018 NFL Draft. He was expected to contribute early as a rookie for the Broncos but injuries quickly derailed his season with the team. Fumagalli was dealing with a sports hernia injury that limited him for the majority of camp and eventually got him placed on the season-ending injury list at final cuts. Now he is entering the 2019 season looking to rebound from a lost rookie year in an offense that utilizes the tight ends in the passing game.Troy Fumagalli ProfileHeight: 6-5Weight: 247 poundsAge: 24 years oldExperience: 2nd seasonTight end Troy Fumagalli played four productive seasons at Wisconsin and put up some solid numbers during his time there. During his four-year career, Fumagalli totaled 135 receptions for 1,627 yards and 7 touchdowns. During his final year at Wisconsin, Fumagalli totaled 46 receptions for 547 yards and 4 touchdowns. This production earned him an invite to the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl where the Broncos were coaching, so they had a chance to see his talents up close and personal. He eventually was drafted by the Broncos in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. As I have already stated, Fumagalli ended up missing the 2018 season because of a sports hernia injury. This was a costly injury for the Broncos and Fumagalli because he would have likely earned crucial snaps and playing time because of injuries to the other Broncos tight ends. Unfortunately, that never happened and now he will need to impress a new coaching staff this offseason to earn a roster spot. Well, the early indications from OTA’s and minicamp are that Fumagalli is indeed turning some heads so far. He is what DenverBroncos.com’s Andrew Mason had to say about Fumagalli after mandatory minicamp concluded.Multiple tight end’s will be utilized in Rich Scangarello’s offensive scheme so Fumagalli has a chance to earn himself a productive role in this offense. The goodNewly hired Head Coach Vic Fangio doesn’t hand out compliments very often and when he does, you listen. That is exactly what happened a few weeks ago after practice when he was asked about how Fumagalli was doing. He told reporters that he was doing good and that he “surpassed some of our expectations already”. Again, Fangio doesn’t hand out compliments without some merit, so this has to be exciting news for Broncos fans. Also, the offensive system being implemented by Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello should fit Fumagalli’s strengths. He’s a talented pass-catching tight end who has experience lining up in the slot and as an in-line tight end so I am sure he can find a role in this offense. He also played in a run-heavy offense at Wisconsin so this offense should also be familiar to him as well. Finally, you have to factor in the injury history of his teammates likely currently ahead of him on the depth chart. Jeff Heuerman who could be your week one starter has a lengthy injury history and that could creep up on him at some point during this summer/regular season. Also, you have Jake Butt coming off his third ACL injury which likely will be tough to come back from. So the road is there for Fumagalli to earn a big role in this offense. The badFumagalli is missing his right index finger and only has 9 fingers. This was something brought up as a concern during the pre-draft process with him. However, he has shown to have strong and reliable hands throughout his college career and thus far with the Broncos so I am not overly concerned about it.The addition of 2019 first-round pick Noah Fant is a bit of a blow for any tight end currently on the roster bubble because you know he is guaranteed a roster spot. So you have a bunch of talented players fighting for either two or three roster spots. This means Fumagalli has to be productive and stay healthy this summer if he wants to continue the momentum he has built up this spring. QuotableBroncos Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello on how tight end Troy Fumagalli is coming along in the offense thus far.“He’s doing great. Again, he was an unknown. No film on him. It’s hard to see what you have before you get here. He’s done a great job like a lot of guys we’re excited about. He works very hard at it. He has the right attitude. He’s competitive and he’s versatile. We’ll see where that takes him, but we’re excited to have him. He’s doing a good job.”Troy Fumagalli highlightsTroy Fumagalli’s roster status with the BroncosFumagalli is certainly on the roster bubble as we near the start of Training Camp. If you had to ask me right now, I would say that Fumagalli makes the Broncos 53-man roster. I believe they could keep up to 4 tight ends so he should be good if he stays healthy. Especially with injury prone guys like Heuerman and Butt ahead of him.Now with that said, if they end up keeping three tight ends, it will likely be between him and Butt. Fant is obviously a lock and Heuerman just signed a two-year deal and is currently the only veteran tight end on the roster so he is likely safe as well. So Fumagalli remains on the roster bubble either way.In the end, if he continues to impress and stay healthy I believe it will all work out well for him going forward.
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