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Once a promising prospect, Dulcich has been fighting hamstring issues his entire career. Coach Sean Payton said in May that he expects Dulcich to practice during training camp. If that happens and if the reports from camp are positive, then Dulcich will carry some final-round appeal because of his potential as a matchup nightmare tight end.

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2022 33 411 12.45 2 0.00 505
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Nearing return to field

    Coach Sean Payton said Tuesday that Dulcich (hamstring/foot) is doing "really well" physically at this stage of the offseason, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. Payton adds that Dulcich could return to the field this week during minicamp. Once the 2022 third-rounder is back in action, he'll look to carve out a key pass-catching role in a tight end corps that also includes Adam Trautman and Lucas Krull. Dulcich has played just 12 games through two NFL seasons and has repeatedly struggled with hamstring injuries.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Close to return

    Dulcich (hamstring/foot) worked on a side field during Thursday's OTA, Ryan McFadden of The Denver Post reports. On the plus side, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com relays via coach Sean Payton that Dulcich is "close" to practicing and should be doing so "sooner than later." Dulcich, who was limited to just two regular-season appearances in 2023, thus is expected to be ready before training camp, per Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site. At that stage, the 2022 third-rounder will have an opportunity to claim a key role in Denver's passing offense, while operating in a TE corps that also includes Adam Trautmanand Lucas Krull.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Done for the season

    The Broncos won't activate Dulcich (foot) from injured reserve after his 21-day practice window closed Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Coming off a promising rookie campaign in which he tallied 33 catches for 411 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games, Dulcich failed to take a step forward in 2023 due to hamstring and foot issues. He played just 32 offensive snaps across two games in 2023, catching three of four targets for 25 scoreless yards. The 23-year-old tight end has now missed 22 of 34 games to begin his professional career.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Expected to miss Week 18

    Dulcich, who is dealing with hamstring and foot injuries, is not expected to play in the Broncos' regular-season finale against the Raiders, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports. The Broncos designated Dulcich to return from IR on Dec. 13, but he'll likely stay on the team's injured reserve list due to his multiple injuries. Head coach Sean Payton noted Monday, per Tommason, that the team's medical staff is "working hard" to get Dulcich the strength and conditioning training necessary to get and remain healthy. The 2022 third-round pick out of UCLA has played just two games this season, and if he is indeed inactive for Week 18, he'll finish the year with three catches on four targets for 25 yards.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Won't play Week 17

    Dulcich (hamstring/foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Dulcich remains on injured reserve. The second-year tight end hasn't played since Week 6 and has been limited to just two games this season, getting hurt in both of them. It's been a nightmarish start to Dulcich's career, as he has just three catches for 25 yards in 2023. Adam Trautman and Lucas Krull will continue to soak up Denver's tight end snaps.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Won't be activated Week 16

    Dulcich (hamstring/foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Zac Stevens of DNVR Sports reports. Dulcich has yet to be activated from injured reserve after being designated to return from injured reserve Dec. 13. The Broncos have 21 days from that date to add the tight end back to the active roster, and Dulcich would have to miss the remainder of the season if he isn't activated during that window. Denver's injury report lists both a hamstring and foot injury for Dulcich, but the latter is believed to be the primary problem hindering his availability at the moment after the former led to his placement on IR to begin with.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Sits out practice after setback

    Dulcich (foot) didn't practice Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Denver designated Dulcich to return from injured reserve Dec. 13 after a hamstring injury resulted in him being placed on IR for the second time this season back in late October. The tight end appears to have mostly moved past the hamstring issue, but head coach Sean Payton said Dulcich is now dealing with swelling and soreness in his right foot. Despite yet another setback on the health front, Dulcich is still expected to play again this season, according to DiLalla.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Tending to foot issue

    Coach Sean Payton said Monday that Dulcich missed Saturday's game at Detroit due to swelling and soreness in his foot, Ryan McFadden of The Denver Post reports. Payton also said that he expects Dulcich to return to action at some point this season. Per Parker Gabriel of the Denver Post, Dulcich's foot injury was unrelated to the hamstring that injury that landed the tight end on injured reserve. Denver's injury reports over the week will give some indication of whether he might be available for Week 16.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Ruled out for Week 15

    Dulcich (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Lions. Dulcich officially remains on injured reserve and won't be activated ahead of the Broncos' Week 15 contest. The second-year tight end returned to practice this week and will have to wait at least another week before gaining clearance. Adam Trautman should continue to pace the tight ends in routes and playing time.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Returns to practice

    The Broncos designated Dulcich (hamstring) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports. The transaction opens up a 21-day window in which Dulcich can be evaluated in practice before the Broncos would have to add him to the 53-man roster or keep him on IR for the rest of the season. Dulcich's career mostly has been defined by hamstring injuries to this point, but he could find a meaningful role down the stretch in an offense that's received little pass-catching production from its tight ends this season. Head coach Sean Payton wasn't willing to commit to Dulcich being ready to play Saturday in Detroit, though the tight end could put himself in position to return to the lineup Week 15 if he fares well in practices Wednesday and Thursday. Whenever he's activated, Dulcich will likely take snaps away from Lucas Krull and possibly Adam Trautman.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Could return before season ends

    Dulcich (hamstring) is on pace to return before the end of the regular season if all goes well in his recovery, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports. Dulcich has begun working off to the side in practice, though he has yet to officially rejoin his teammates. In order to participate in team sessions, he'll first need to have his 21-day window to return from injured reserve opened. That window can be opened at any point moving forward, as Dulcich has been on injured reserve since Oct. 21.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Unlikely for Week 12

    Dulcich (hamstring) isn't believed to be close to returning from injured reserve and isn't expected to be activated ahead of Sunday's game against the Browns, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports. Dulcich is in the midst of his second IR stint of the season, as he was previously sidelined from Weeks 2 through 5 with the right hamstring strain before aggravating the injury in his return to the lineup Week 6 in Kansas City. He's missed the Broncos' subsequent four games and is eligible to return from IR in Week 12, but because Dulcich hasn't been working out off to the side at practices as of this past week, he doesn't look as though he's ready to mix into drills. Head coach Sean Payton has previously said that Dulcich likely will be back this season, though the Broncos could take a more cautious approach with the tight end this time around compared to the first time he suffered the hamstring injury.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Not playing in Week 7

    Dulcich (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Packers, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dulcich initially sustained a hamstring injury in the season opener that forced a stint on injured reserve. After missing the minimum four games on IR, he returned Week 6 at Kansas City, only to aggravate the issue in that game. On Wednesday, coach Sean Payton told DiLalla that Dulcich may require another stay on IR, and in order for him again to sit out the least number of weeks while on that list, the Broncos will need to make such a transaction by Saturday afternoon. For as long as Dulcich is sidelined this time around, the team will roll with Adam Trautman, Chris Manhertz and Nate Adkins at tight end.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: May need to go back on IR

    Dulcich (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday, and the Broncos are evaluating whether he needs to be placed on injured reserve, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports. Last Thursday, Dulcich returned from a four-game IR stint due to a hamstring strain but aggravated the injury in a 21-17 loss to Kansas City. The 2022 third-round draft pick is unlikely to suit up Sunday against the Packers, so Adam Trautman should continue to play the bulk of snaps at tight end.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Aggravates hamstring issue

    Dulcich is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Chiefs due to a hamstring injury, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. Dulcich returned from a four-game absence Thursday, caused by a hamstring injury. He apparently aggravated the issue in the second half of Thursday's game and could be looking at additional missed time. Prior to his exit, he managed one catch for three yards.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Activated from IR

    Denver reinstated Dulcich (hamstring) from injured reserve ahead of Thursday's game against the Chiefs, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. As a result of the transaction, Dulcich is eligible to play against the Chiefs, but the Broncos listed the tight end as questionable for the contest after he was estimated as a full participant in Wednesday walk-through session. Official confirmation of Dulcich's status is thus slated to arrive once the team's inactive list is posted 90 minutes in advance of Thursday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If active, Dulcich could be part of a timeshare at tight end with Adam Trautman.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Questionable but still on IR

    Dulcich (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against Kansas City after fully participating in practice Wednesday. The Broncos opened the 21-day window to activate Dulcich from injured reserve Tuesday, after which point the tight end logged a limited practice followed by a full practice. In order for Dulcich to be eligible to play Thursday, the Broncos would first have to activate him from IR before 4 p.m. ET on game day. If he gets the green light to play Thursday, Dulcich could end up sharing reps at tight end with Adam Trautman.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Returns to practice Tuesday

    The Broncos designated Dulcich (hamstring) for return from injured reserve Tuesday, Parker Gabriel of The Denver Post reports. Denver will have a 21-day period in which to observe Dulcich on the practice field before determining if he's able to rejoin the team's active roster. The second-year tight end has been sidelined since injuring his hamstring in the season opener, and his activity Tuesday included stretching and individual drills, per Nick Kosmider of The Athletic. Considering the Broncos play Thursday at Kansas City, Dulcich seems unlikely to gain clearance to return in Week 6. Adam Trautman will continue to be the team's top TE in Dulcich's absence, with Chris Manhertz and Nate Adkins filling out the depth chart.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Shifts to IR

    Dulcich (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. This isn't exactly a surprising development, as it was reported earlier this week Dulcich would miss "several weeks" with a hamstring injury. The earliest the second-year tight end is eligible to return would be a Thursday night Week 6 battle against the Chiefs. Expect Adam Trautman to see the vast majority of the tight end snaps in the absence of the 23-year-old Dulcich.
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  • Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Logs another DNP

    Dulcich (hamstring) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Logging back-to-back DNPs to begin Week 2 prep isn't a surprise for Dulcich, who is expected to miss multiple games due to a hamstring injury. Last season, he was inactive seven times due to a hamstring issue (Weeks 1-5 and 17-18), so his upcoming absence doesn't necessarily have a firm timetable. Assuming the Broncos rule out Dulcich on Friday's practice report, the Broncos will turn to Adam Trautman, Chris Manhertz and potentially undrafted rookie Nate Adkins at tight end.
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