Courtland Sutton

Overall Rank
WR35
2023
Height
6' 3"
Weight
218 lbs
Arm Length
32"
(68th)
Draft Pick
2.08
(2018)
College
SMU
Age
28.7
Best Comparable Player
Alshon Jeffery
Workout Metrics
4.54
54th
105.4
86th
122.4
56th
10.68
97th
10.28
91st
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
36.9%
(76th)
College Dominator
27.5%
(83rd)
College Target Share
19.9
(66th)
Breakout Age
Courtland Sutton Skips Broncos Voluntary Workouts as Contract and Trade Talk Heat Up
1 month ago

Courtland Sutton skips Broncos voluntary workouts as contract and trade talk heat up.

According to Jeremy Fowler, the Denver Broncos have received multiple trade inquiries for 28 year old veteran wide receiver Courtland Sutton. Despite all these rumors, it is being reported that the Broncos don’t plan on trading Sutton. This is now the second year in a row the Broncos have garnered significant trade interest from the former 1000 yard receiver. 

 

 

Sutton played 16 games for the Broncos in 2023, having his second best statistical season as a pro, earning 59 receptions for 772 with 10 touchdowns. His 10 touchdowns was a career high and that has brought eyes on Sutton once again this offseason. Sutton is currently sitting out the Broncos voluntary camp in hopes of restructuring his contract. Sutton is only guaranteed $2M in salary this upcoming season and is looking for a pay increase based on his contributions in 2023.

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December 7, 2023
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Courtland Sutton ruled OUT for Broncos in Week 17
5 months ago

Courtland Sutton has been ruled out for the Broncos in Week 17 with a concussion.

Courtland Sutton will not play on Sunday when the Broncos face the LA Chargers. Sutton left the game in the first half in their week 16 game against the Patriots on Sunday after suffering a concussion. Sutton, one of the great comeback stories of 2023, was having a great season, currently the WR27 with 58 receptions for 770 yards and 10 touchdowns. 

The Broncos are benching Russell Wilson and Jarrett Stidham will get the start for the Broncos in a meaningless game. Jerry Jeudy truthers are rejoicing as he should see a bump in targets and opportunity. Although he’s not worth the gamble with fantasy championships on the line, he could be an intriguing DFS dart throw with the quarterback switch.

Jerry Jeudy Injured In Practice
9 months ago

Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy suffered an apparent hamstring injury during a joint practice session with the Los Angeles Rams.

Potentially repeating a theme of losing games due to injury, Jerry Jeudy suffered a leg injury during a pre-season practice session. According to Broncos beat writer, Mike Klis, Jeudy “pulled up” while running and grabbed the back of his leg. He was helped off of the field and had to have teammates assist him onto the cart, according to observers. The Broncos were hosting a joint practice with the L.A. Rams at their facility in Englewood, Colorado.

Broncos coach Sean Payton confirmed to reporters that Jeudy injured his hamstring and advised Jeudy would have an MRI to diagnose the damage. “Hopefully it’s not anything long-term,” said Payton. A grade II or grade III strain could mean Jeudy misses 6-8 weeks, and a tear that requires surgery would jeopardize the entire season.

Jeudy missed 6 games in 2021 with a high ankle sprain and 2 games in 2022 with another ankle injury. Any time missed would mark three seasons in a row that Jeudy was not able to play a full season.

If Jeudy does miss time, Courtland Sutton would become the primary receiving target in Denver. Rookie wider receiver Marvin Mims would also be elevated in proposed target share and would have the first chance to become Jeudy’s positional replacement.