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Demaryius Thomas
WR #88
Height:
6-3
Weight:
229
Age:
26
College:
Georgia Tech
Hometown:
Montrose, Ga.
Experience:
5

Quick Stats (2014):

REC
13
YDS
141
AVG
10.8
TDS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 253 3,839 15.2 78 31 3 6 2 5 0 7 5
2014 DEN 3 3 13 141 10.8 26 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 DEN 16 16 92 1,430 15.5 78T 14 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2012 DEN 16 16 94 1,434 15.3 71T 10 -- -- -- -- -- 3 3
2011 DEN 11 5 32 551 17.2 47 4 1 5 5 5 0 -- --
2010 DEN 10 2 22 283 12.9 31 2 2 1 0.5 1 0 3 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 IND W 31-24 4 48 12 26 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 KC W 24-17 5 62 12.4 21 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @SEA L 20-26 4 31 7.8 12 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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THOMAS AT A GLANCE:

• A fourth-year wide receiver who owns the third-most receiving yards (2,268) in Broncos history through a player’s first three seasons.
• Ranked second in the NFL with 14 receiving touchdowns and fourth with 1,430 yards, earning his second- straight Pro Bowl selection in 2013.
• Combined with teammate Eric Decker to represent the most prolific receiving tandem (2,718 yds.) in the league in 2013.
• Selected to his first Pro Bowl following the 2012 season in which he caught 94 passes for 1,434 yards (15.3 avg.) with 10 touchdowns, ranking fourth in the league in receiving yards and posting the second-most 25+yard receptions (18) in the NFL.
• Tied for the second-most 100-yard receiving games (7) in team history while posting the third-most receiving yards (1,434) in a single season in club annals during the 2012 season.
• Combined with teammate Eric Decker in 2012 to represent the third-most prolific receiving tandem (2,498 yds.) in the league and become the first Broncos 1,000-yard receiving duo
since 2004.
• Led the Broncos in receiving yards in each of his final seven contests, including the postseason, in 2011 to set a franchise record.
• Fueled Denver’s 29-23 win against Pittsburgh in the AFC Wild Card round (1/8/12) with his four-catch, 204-yard performance that included an 80-yard game-winning touchdown
reception on the first play of overtime.
• Saw action in 10 games (2 starts) as a rookie in 2010 and finished sixth on the club with 22 receptions for 283 yards (12.9 avg.) with two touchdowns.
• Totaled eight receptions for 97 yards (12.1 avg.) with one touchdown in his NFL debut vs. Seattle (9/19/10) to mark the second-most catches by a Broncos rookie in his pro debut and become just the ninth player (since 1970) to record at least eight catches in their first NFL game.
• Finished his career at Georgia Tech ranked fourth in school history in receiving yards (2,339), fourth in touchdown catches (15) and seventh in receptions (120).
• Averaged nearly 20 yards per reception during his collegiate career, posting the fifth-best receiving average (19.5) for a career in Atlantic Coast Conference history.
• Selected by the Broncos in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

THOMAS AT A GLANCE:
• A fourth-year wide receiver who owns the third-most receiving yards (2,268) in Broncos history through a player’s first three seasons.
• Ranked second in the NFL with 14 receiving touchdowns and fourth with 1,430 yards, earning his second- straight Pro Bowl selection in 2013.
• Combined with teammate Eric Decker to represent the most prolific receiving tandem (2,718 yds.) in the league in 2013.
• Selected to his first Pro Bowl following the 2012 season in which he caught 94 passes for 1,434 yards (15.3 avg.) with 10 touchdowns, ranking fourth in the league in receiving yards and posting the second-most 25+yard receptions (18) in the NFL.
• Tied for the second-most 100-yard receiving games (7) in team history while posting the third-most receiving yards (1,434) in a single season in club annals during the 2012 season.
• Combined with teammate Eric Decker in 2012 to represent the third-most prolific receiving tandem (2,498 yds.) in the league and become the first Broncos 1,000-yard receiving duo since 2004.
• Led the Broncos in receiving yards in each of his final seven contests, including the postseason, in 2011 to set a franchise record.
• Fueled Denver’s 29-23 win against Pittsburgh in the AFC Wild Card round (1/8/12) with his four-catch, 204-yard performance that included an 80-yard game-winning touchdown
reception on the first play of overtime.
• Saw action in 10 games (2 starts) as a rookie in 2010 and finished sixth on the club with 22 receptions for 283 yards (12.9 avg.) with two touchdowns.
• Totaled eight receptions for 97 yards (12.1 avg.) with one touchdown in his NFL debut vs. Seattle (9/19/10) to mark the second-most catches by a Broncos rookie in his pro debut and become just the ninth player (since 1970) to record at least eight catches in their first NFL game.
• Finished his career at Georgia Tech ranked fourth in school history in receiving yards (2,339), fourth in touchdown catches (15) and seventh in receptions (120).
• Averaged nearly 20 yards per reception during his collegiate career, posting the fifth-best receiving average (19.5) for a career in Atlantic Coast Conference history.
• Selected by the Broncos in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Denver as a draft choice 8/1/10.

Thomas’ Single-Game Highs
(Postseason in parentheses)
Receptions — 10 vs. Oakland, 9/23/13 (*13 vs. Seattle, 2/2/14). Receiving yards — 180 at New England, 10/7/12 (204 vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12). Longest reception — 71t vs. Pittsburgh, 9/9/12 (80t vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12). Receiving touchdowns — 3 at San Diego, 11/10/13 (1, three times, last vs. San Diego, 1/12/14). Rushes — 1, three times, last vs. Chicago, 12/11/11 (none). Rushing yards — 5 vs. Chicago, 12/11/11 (none). Longest rush — 5 vs. Chicago, 12/11/11 (none). Rushing touchdowns — None (none). Kick returns — 5 at San Francisco (London), 10/31/10 (none). Kick return yards — 144 at Tennessee, 10/3/10 (none). Longest kick return — 65 at Tennessee, 10/3/10 (none). Kick return touchdowns — None (none).
*Super Bowl Record

 THOMAS' 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES
*denotes win, ^denotes playoff game (Thomas’ teams are 12-2, including postseason, when he records 100 or more yards receiving in a game.)

DATE
12/4/11
12/18/11
1/8/12
9/9/12
9/30/12
10/7/12
10/28/12
11/11/12
12/23/12
12/30/12
9/5/13
11/10/3
11/17/13
12/1/13
12/22/13
12/29/13
1/19/14
2/2/14

OPP
at Minnesota *
vs. New England
vs. Pittsburgh *^
vs. Pittsburgh *
vs. Oakland *
at New England
vs. New Orleans *
at Carolina *
vs. Cleveland *
vs. Kansas City *
vs. Baltimore *
at San Diego*
vs. Kansas City*
at Kansas City*
vs. Houston*
at Oakland*
vs. New England*
vs. Seattle

NO.
4
7
4
5
5
9
7
9
9
7
5
7
5
3
8
6
7
13

YDS
144
116
204
110
103
188
137
135
102
122
161
108
121
106
123
113
134
118

AVG.
36.0
16.6
51.0
22.0
20.6
20.9
19.6
15.0
11.3
17.4
32.2
15.4
24.2
35.3
15.4
18.8
19.1
9.1

LG
42
39
80t
71t
40
43
41
46
23
36
78t
34t
70
77
36t
63t
30
23

TD
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
2
3
0
0
1
2
1
1

2013: Thomas started all 16 games for the second-straight season, and earned his second straight Pro Bowl selection after ranking fourth in the NFL with 1,430 receiving yards and second with 14 receiving touchdowns, settinga career high in that category... Named to the second-team Associated Press All-Pro team... Caught five passes for 161 yards to represend the second-highest yardage total of his career for a regular-season game and matched a career-best with two touchdowns vs. Bal. (9/5)... Set a career high with 10 receptions, finishing with 94 yards vs. Oak. (9/23)... Tied his career high with two touchdown catches and finished one reception short of a career mark with nine catches for 86 yards vs. Phi. (9/29)... Caught a 31-yard touchdown and finished with four receptions for 82 yards at Ind. (10/20)... Caught a 35-yard touchdown that gave Denver a 38-21 lead in the fourth quarter vs. Was. (10/28)... Tied a franchise record with three touchdown catches at S.D. (11/10)... Posted a game-high 121 receiving yards on five catches, including a 70-yard reception that set up the Broncos’ first touchdown vs. K.C. (11/17)... Caught an 11-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter to the the game at 31 at N.E. (11/24)... Surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the second straight season after catching three passes for 106 yards, including a game-long 77-yard reception at K.C. (12/1)... Set a career high with his 11th touchdown catch of the season, finishing with seven catches for 88 yards vs. Ten. (12/8)... Caught six passes for 113 yards with a pair of touchdowns at Oak. (12/29)... Caught a game-high eight passes and opened the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter of the Divisional Round vs. S.D. (1/12)...Caught seven passes for a game-high 134 yards and one touchdown in the AFC Championship Game vs. N.E. (1/19)...Set a Super Bowl Record with 13 receptions, finished with 118 yards and one touchdown in Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Sea. (2/2).

2012: Thomas started all 16 regular-season games for the first time in his career and earned his first Pro Bowl selection after finishing as the team’s leading receiver with 94 catches for 1,434 yards (15.3 avg.) and 10 touchdowns... Ranked in the league’s top 10 in receiving yards (4th), receptions (8th), receiving average (2nd), touchdowns (7th) and 25+yard catches (2nd)... Topped the 100-yard mark in seven games to tie for second-most in franchise single-season history in that category and his 1,434 receiving yards were third-most in team history... Caught quarterback Peyton Manning’s 400th career touchdown pass when he took a screen pass 71 yards to the end zone in the third quarter vs. Pit. (9/9)... Set a regular-season career high with 180 receiving yards on nine catches at N.E. (10/7) to marked the sixth-highest regular-season total in franchise history... Tied a career high with nine receptions and finished with a game-high 135 yards at Car. (11/11)... Surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career, finishing with a game-high 82 receiving yards with one touchdown at K.C. (11/25)... Registered his second career multiple-touchdown game with a pair of scoring catches vs. T.B. (12/2)... Tied a career high with nine catches and topped the 100-yard mark for the sixth game of the season vs. Cle. (12/23)... Made a 17-yard touchdown catch in Denver’s AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Bal. (1/12).

2011: Thomas played 11 regular-season games (5 starts) and ranked second on the team with 32 receptions for 551 yards (17.2 avg.) with four touchdowns... Inactive for the first five games of the year while recovering from an offseason Achilles injury and a broken thumb suffered in training camp... Started both postseason contests and totaled 10 catches for 197 yards (29.7 avg.) with one score... Set a franchise record by leading the Broncos in receiving in the season’s final seven games... Posted 25 receptions for 448 yards (17.9 avg.) with three touchdowns in Denver’s final five regular-season games... Fueled Denver’s 29-23 win vs. Pit. (1/8) in the AFC Wild Card Game when he caught an 80-yard touchdown reception on the first play of overtime (longest overtime scoring play in NFL postseason history)... Totaled four receptions for 204 yards against the Steelers to mark the most receiving yards by a Bronco in playoff history and the second-highest receiving average (51.0) in a single game in NFL annals.

2010: Selected by Denver in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft, Thomas played 10 games (2 starts) and totaled 22 receptions for 283 yards (12.9 avg.) with two touchdowns to go along with 16 kickoff returns for 398 yards (24.9 avg.)... Recorded eight receptions for 97 yards (12.1 avg.) with one touchdown vs. Sea. (9/19) in his NFL debut to mark the second-most catches by a Broncos rookie in his pro debut and become just the ninth player in league history (since 1970) to record at least eight catches in his first NFL game... Caught a 17-yard touchdown vs. NYJ (10/17) over All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis in the third quarter... Missed Denver’s season opener at Jac. (9/12) with a foot injury that sidelined him the entire preseason... Inactive in Games 11-15 due to an ankle injury.

COLLEGE: Thomas played 39 games (36 starts) at Georgia Tech, where finished his career ranked fourth in school history in receiving yards (2,339), fourth in touchdown catches (15) and seventh in receptions (120)... Averaged nearly 20 yards per reception during his career, posting the fifth-best receiving average (19.5) in Atlantic Coast Conference history... Earned third-team All-America honors from the Associated Press and first-team All-ACC accolades as a senior in 2009 after ranking second in the nation with a school-record 25.1-yard average on 46 catches for 1,154 yards, which ranked second all-time in Georgia Tech annals.

PERSONAL: Thomas attended West Laurens High School in Montrose, Ga., where he was a first-team Class AA all-state selection by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and a two-time all-region and All-Heart of Georgia choice... Caught 56 passes for 756 yards (13.5 avg.) with seven touchdowns as a senior... Played on the school’s state championship basketball team... First name is pronounced duh-MARE-ee-us... Demaryius Thomas was born on Dec. 25, 1987, in Montrose, Ga.

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