Broncos Re-Sign TE Jeff Heuerman

Jeff Heuerman is returning to Denver. Mike Klis of 9News in Denver reports (via Twitter) that the tight end is signing a two-year, $9MM deal with the Broncos.

The 2013 third-round pick has spent his entire four-year career with the Broncos, including a 2018 campaign where he established himself as a legitimate threat in the passing game. Heuerman finished the campaign with career-highs across the board, including receptions (31), receiving yards (281), and touchdowns (two).

The 26-year-old earned more praise from Pro Football Focus for his blocking ability, with the site ultimately ranking him 41st among 70 eligible tight ends. The tight end’s season ended on the injured reserve after he suffered three broken ribs and a bruised lung.

The Broncos lost tight end Matt LaCosse to the Patriots, meaning Heuerman will presumably slide behind Jake Butt on the team’s tight end depth chart. Denver is also rostering Troy Fumagalli and Temarrick Hemingway.

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  1. halofanatic

    The Broncos are filling their needs but they are overpaying on all their deals.

      • halofanatic

        You’re hitting the nail on the head. If they win, it’s worth it. That’s a big if IMO. Heuerman hasn’t really shown a thing so far. Granted he’s at terrible quarterbacks. Hopefully Flacco will be better then what Denver is had the past few years.

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