Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 1/22 -- Demaryius Thomas, WR, 6-3, 224, Georgia Tech, Thomas was ranked higher on the Broncos' board than Dez Bryant. He impressed the staff with his intelligence, and he physically resembles Brandon Marshall, who was a big part of the offense last year. Thomas is also a good deep threat. - by The Sports Xchange
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11/02/15 - WR Demaryius Thomas had eight catches for 168 yards against the Packers. He surpassed 400 career receptions (now 407) and had his 31st 100-yard receiving game, tying Rod Smith's team record. "We were on the same page all night," Thomas said of his rapport with QB Peyton Manning.
10/21/15 - WR Demaryius Thomas will continue to be monitored as he deals with a neck injury he suffered in the Oct. 4 win over Minnesota. Thomas practiced Tuesday.
10/18/15 - WR Demaryius Thomas had another great day against the Browns with 10 catches for 111 yards. He caught nine passes for 102 yards and a touchdown against them in 2012.
10/15/15 - WR Demaryius Thomas has been held out of the last two practices because of neck soreness, but has been working out with one of the team's strength and conditioning coaches. Head coach Gary Kubiak expects that Thomas will be able to play against the Browns, but if he can't, Jordan Norwood and Bennie Fowler would see more playing time.
10/12/15 - WR Demaryius Thomas played after suffering some neck soreness the previous week. He caught five passes for 55 yards and cleanly fielded an onside kick in the final moments to clinch the win. Thomas also dropped a potential touchdown pass in the back of the end zone during the third quarter.