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An Unsigned Wide Receiver for the Broncos Is Ready for …..

Josh Reynolds (American football) - Wikipedia

In order to turn back a club that hasn’t made the playoffs since winning the Super Bowl after the 2015 season, the Denver Broncos need guys with experience on winning teams.

Josh Reynolds, an experienced wide receiver, appears to be a good fit.

Reynolds, who played for the Detroit Lions for the previous three seasons and was a vital part of the team that made it to the NFC Championship Game the previous season, was signed by the Broncos in March to a two-year, $14 million free-agent contract.

Parker from The Denver Post Gabriel gave Reynolds a profile and displayed a player.

According to Gabriel, “many wide receivers are prepared to respond appropriately when questioned about the grunt work that typically gets overlooked for a glamor position.” Naturally, blocking is crucial. Yes, we’re proud of it. A huge block has the same potential impact as a touchdown reception. Josh Reynolds? When the topic is brought up during planned team exercises, the twinkle in his eye reveals two things at once: First off, this isn’t just platitudes. More importantly, this was a major factor in the Broncos’ decision to pursue him early in the spring while he was still available, only a few weeks into his free agency.

Lions re-sign WR Josh Reynolds – The Oakland Press

Lions and Reynolds Stopped Short of the Super Bowl
Last season, Reynolds and the Lions just missed the Super Bowl after losing the NFC Championship Game to the San Francisco 49ers 24-7 at the half.

With two crucial interceptions in the second half of the game—one in the third quarter when he was open on fourth down and another on a third-and-long with the score tied—Reynolds was one of the game’s key players.

After the defeat, Reynolds said to The Detroit Free Press, “(Expletive) happens, man.” “I am aware of the type of player I am. refused to let them go. (Expletive) takes place. Do I really want those back? Naturally, but I’m unable to do so, so I must work throughout this off-season in order to be ready for when the time comes.

It’s important to note that without Reynolds, who started 13 out of 17 games and had 40 receptions for 608 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns, the Lions probably wouldn’t have advanced this far. He caught eight passes for 132 yards and one touchdown in three postseason games.

Reynolds Proceeded From SEC to NFL via JuCo
Originally from San Antonio, Reynolds attended Tyler (Texas) Junior College for his first year of college before moving on to Texas A&M, where in 2014 he broke NFL All-Pro Mike Evans’ single-season school record by scoring 13 receiving touchdowns.

Prior to being taken by the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL draft (with pick No. 117 overall), Reynolds was a two-time All-SEC selection at Texas A&M. He played a significant role in the Rams’ post-2018 Super Bowl run, and in 2020, he recorded a career-high 52 receptions for 618 receiving yards.

Before the Lions claimed him off waivers, he was a member of the Tennessee Titans for a portion of 2021.

Josh Reynolds steps up as Rams No. 3 wide receiver | Free Agent Spotlight
Reynolds said, “I’m an old-school football player, man,” to The Denver Post. I currently find myself somewhere between new-school and old-school football. It’s a feature of football. Since it’s one of my favorite parts, I know I’m going to have to get in there and remove some safeguards. I played safety in high school, so I enjoy hitting a little bit.

Tony Adame writes about the NFL for, concentrating on the Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Washington Commanders. His work has appeared in Stadium Talk, Yardbarker, NW Florida Daily News, and Pensacola News Journal. He has been a seasoned sports writer and editor since 2004. Additional details regarding Tony Adame

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