Ancient Denver Broncos broad receiver Demaryius Thomas has died at age 33, a family member confirmed to KUSA-TV on Thursday night time.

After earning first-group All-ACC honors at Georgia Tech in 2009, Thomas became as soon as selected by the Broncos within the first round of the 2010 NFL draft. He went on to play eight and a half of seasons in Denver, catching 665 passes for 9,055 yards and 60 touchdowns in 125 video games.

Thomas ranks No. 2 in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns on the Broncos’ all-time record, trailing most efficient Rod Smith (11,389; 68).

He became as soon as a part of a narrative-breaking Denver offense in 2013 and although the Broncos lost to the Seattle Seahawks 43-8 in Plentiful Bowl XLVIII, Thomas hauled in a then-narrative 14 receptions in that game.

Two years later, the Broncos returned to the Plentiful Bowl and Thomas caught an eight-yard pass in Denver’s 24-10 protect over the Carolina Panthers.

After a hit Plentiful Bowl 50 in 2015, Thomas went on to play two and a half of more seasons with the Broncos sooner than being traded to the Houston Texans. Thomas later went on to employ time with the Unusual England Patriots and Unusual York Jets sooner than his closing season in 2019.

In 10 seasons (143 video games), Thomas caught 724 passes for 9,763 yards and 63 touchdowns. A five-time Official Bowler and two-time 2nd-group All-Official, Thomas will positively be added to the Broncos’ Ring of Reputation.

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