“It’s Courtland’s room now,” the Broncos’ general manager said.
Courtland Sutton, the second-year wideout who’s tied for sixth in the NFL with 564 receiving yards, emerged as a big-play threat this season. Now, it will be up to Sutton — Denver’s No. 3 wideout when last season began — to take over the role as the team’s clear-cut leader in receiving production.
Related players: DaeSean Hamilton
Sutton was already the team's WR1, so perhaps the biggest step needs to come from Hamilton, who hasn't had more than three catches in a game this season as the team's WR3. Looks like he'll move up to the WR2 role.