Tim Patrick

Tim Patrick

30-Year-Old Wide ReceiverWR
Denver Broncos
2024 Fantasy Outlook
Patrick last played in 2021. He was entering 2022 off a pair of similar seasons in which he averaged 52 catches, 738 yards, 5.5 touchdowns and 82 targets. At that point, Patrick had been in the league for four years. The receiver appeared to be a player on the rise. Then, bad luck struck. During the 2022 preseason, Patrick suffered a season-ending knee injury. As he looked to return the following year, Patrick tore his Achilles in August of 2023. Coming off a pair of lost seasons, it's difficult to know what ability level the 30 year old will be playing. If Patrick could win a starting role and play at his 2020-2021 level, he could be a value in fantasy drafts. Read Past Outlooks
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$Signed a three-year, $29.25 million contract with the Broncos in November of 2021.
Moves past injury
WRDenver Broncos
June 14, 2024
Patrick, who is moving past last summer's Achilles injury, looked healthy and sharp during the Broncos' mandatory minicamp this week, Jon Heath of the USA Today reports.
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The report notes that Patrick -- who sustained a torn left Achilles late last July -- was one of the team's standout performers during Tuesday's session. As the coming campaign approaches, it remains to be seen what Patrick's role in Denver's offense will be, especially given that the 30-year-old last saw regular-season action in 2021. With Jerry Jeudy no longer in the mix, however, the pecking order behind top wideout Courtland Sutton has yet to be determined, which sets the stage for Patrick to vie for slotting in the coming months with Josh Reynolds, Troy Franklin, Marvin Mims, Lil'Jordan Humphrey, Brandon Johnson and Devaughn Vele.
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How do Tim Patrick's measurables compare to other wide receivers?
This section compares his draft workout metrics with players at the same position. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that metric and it would be considered average.
* All metrics are from his Pro Day (not the combine).
Height
6' 4"
 
Weight
212 lbs
 
40-Yard Dash
4.45 sec
 
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147 days ago
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162 days ago
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Patrick suffered a season-ending injury during training camp for a second straight year, with his ACL tear in 2022 followed by an Achilles tear this summer. He'll try to return in 2024 and compete for a role, but with only one year remaining on his contract his future in Denver is uncertain.
Patrick went undrafted out of Utah in 2017, eventually catching on as a reserve with Denver and working his way up to a starting job the last two seasons. There was some thought last offseason that he'd be replaced by 2020 second-round pick KJ Hamler, who joined 2018 second-rounder and 2020 first-rounder Jerry Jeudy in the WR room. Patrick kept his starting job nonetheless, leaving Hamler as the No. 4 receiver before a brief promotion (on account of Jeudy's ankle injury) and then a Week 3 ACL tear. At the end of the year, it was Patrick rather than Sutton or Jeudy who led the team with five receiving TDs, meanwhile finishing just 42 yards shy of Sutton's mark for receiving yards. The Broncos took notice, giving Patrick a three- year, $30 million extension in November, but he'll have to wait until 2023 to make good on the new contract after suffering an ACL tear in August 2022. The timing should at least give Patrick an opportunity to get back to full strength before training camp next year.
With Courtland Sutton out for the year, and top prospect Jerry Jeudy not quite living up to his billing, it was Patrick who emerged as the team's most efficient and reliable receiver last season. Patrick averaged 14.5 YPC and 9.4 YPT, pulled in four catches of 40-plus yards and scored six times on only 79 targets. At 6-4, 212, and running a 4.45 40, Patrick has the physical specs of a No. 1 NFL receiver, but given he was an undrafted free agent in 2017 and is already 27, it's unlikely the team elevates him to that role, especially with Jeudy around and Sutton returning to health. The Broncos did place a second-round tender on Patrick, so they clearly value him, and there are rumors he could be part of a trade. For now, he's a dart-throw -- a big, athletic target coming off a solid season, stuck in a crowded receiving corps.
Patrick returned to the fold Week 11 against the Vikings after missing half of the season with a broken hand. He put up 77 yards in the loss but never topped 50 yards again on the season. Patrick's role is obviously in question after the Broncos went with wide receivers in each of the first two rounds of the draft, but the Utah product has a unique skill set that should keep him on the roster. The big-bodied Patrick moved the chains on 87.5 percent of his receptions, second best in the league among receivers with at least 15 catches. He's also a key special-teamer. He may not be more than a WR4 when all is said and done, but Patrick should have a few nice performances in 2020.
A classic size and speed prospect with a 6-5 frame and a 4.47 40-yard-dash time, Patrick went undrafted due, in large part, to his injury history at Utah. After turning heads in training camp, Patrick worked his way from special-teams ace to backup target to the team's leading receiver during the season's final four games - collecting 242 yards on 19 catches. There are few certainties with so much youth at receiver in Denver, but Patrick's continued development could create a threatening duo on the outside along with Courtland Sutton - two towering targets with exceptional ability on contested catches.
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On field for OTAs
WRDenver Broncos
Achilles
May 23, 2024
Patrick (Achilles) is participating in Thursday's OTAs session, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports.
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Accepts pay cut
WRDenver Broncos
Achilles
March 8, 2024
Patrick (Achilles) and the Broncos have an agreement to alter his contract for 2024, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports.
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Possible cap casualty
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Achilles
February 20, 2024
Patrick (Achilles) is a strong candidate to be released this offseason, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports.
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Lands on IR
WRDenver Broncos
Achilles
August 2, 2023
The Broncos placed Patrick (Achilles) on injured reserve Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports.
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Achilles tear confirmed
WRDenver Broncos
Achilles
August 1, 2023
Coach Sean Payton confirmed Tuesday that Patrick sustained a torn Achilles on Monday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.
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Looking healthy, sharp
WRDenver Broncos
June 15, 2024
Patrick was among the top performers at Tuesday's minicamp practice, and the veteran wide receiver looks healthy and sharp, according to Jon Heath of USA Today Broncos Wire.
ANALYSIS
Patrick had 742 receiving yards in 2020 and 734 yards in 2021, but he hasn't played in a regular-season game since due to an ACL tear followed by an Achilles tear. The veteran wide receiver seems to have moved past those injuries and could be in position to return to a prominent role in a Broncos receiving corps that lacks established options behind Courtland Sutton, who attended minicamp but may sit out training camp as he angles for a new contract.
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