Demaryius Thomas good to go for 2017

by Anthony Cervino | Broncos Correspondent | Mon, Jul 10th 7:35pm EDT

Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (hip) is suggesting to the team's official website that he is no longer bothered by his lingering hip injury entering the 2017 season. “I got longer than 30 [years],” Thomas said via DenverBroncos.com. “I think I’ve got a couple good years [left]. Like I’ve been saying before, this is the best I’ve felt my whole career. I haven’t had the problems I usually have with my hip, because that was one of the things that held me back. I wake up now and I don’t feel it, and that’s a good sign because usually I wake up in the morning and I’m like, ‘OK, my hip’s tight. I’ve got to loosen it up to get it going.’ But now it’s totally different.” (DenverBroncos.com)

Fantasy Impact:

Thomas appears to be good to go for the 2017 season. He told DenverBroncos.com that he is no longer bothered by a lingering hip injury. Although he is coming off of his worst statistical season since 2013 -- he produced a 90-1083-5 stat line in 2016 -- he is still regarded a borderline WR1/ WR2 for the upcoming campaign. At his current WR13 ADP, Thomas could be a great value if he slips in fantasy drafts.

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