Chad Beebe is virtually an unknown player, but he’s risen from the bottom of the depth chart to seeing some first-team reps on Day 1 of the team’s training camp. “He has had probably as good of an offseason as any player that I know on our side of the ball,” offensive assistant Gary Kubiak said about Beebe after minicamp.
Beebe has just four receptions to his name in the NFL. He’s also battling with other wideouts such as Jordan Taylor and former first-round pick Laquon Treadwell. Even if he does win the No. 3 position, he’s behind Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs on an offense that’s focusing more on running the ball.
2019 Bottom Line
Beebe could be an interesting player if the injury bug bites Thielen or Diggs. He’s someone to keep in mind, but won’t really have value for you on draft day.