Demaryius Thomas, age 30
Demaryius Thomas has etched his name into Denver Broncos history as one of the most prolific receivers to ever don the orange and blue.
In 2017, Thomas passed by Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe to move into second all-time in Broncos team history with 8,653 career receiving yards.
Thomas also ranks second in team history with 57 touchdowns, trailing Rod Smith’s record of 68.
Among Broncos players with at least 100 games, Thomas leads the pack with 5.4 receptions per game and 74 yards per game.
Needless to say, Thomas’ production since he came into the league in 2010 speaks for itself. Our own Cameron Parker even feels like Thomas is worthy of Hall of Fame consideration.
The big issue with Thomas lately seems to be health related, and the combination of health issues with the Broncos’ horrendous quarterback play certainly hasn’t sped up the process of Thomas holding all of the career receiving records with the Denver Broncos.
Entering his age 30 season, Thomas will be counted on to be a leader and the team’s number one receiver.