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WR Cody Latimer can hope to keep up with Peyton Manning

Tom Pennington/Getty Images Most rookies tend to stand out during their first year in the NFL – for the wrong reasons. Sometimes it is due to off-field issues that have arrested the player’s attention. Sometimes it is a matter of mastering the club’s playbook and getting adjusted to the advanced speed and complexity of the game. Sometimes it’s a little bit of both. For Denver...
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4 Broncos Who Could Break Out in 2015

Cody Latimer  View image | Latimer was a guy who got a first round ground prior to last year’s draft.  However, with the team’s talent at Wide Receiver Latimer often received little to no playing time.  With Wes Welker now gone, we could see Latimer get more playing time as the team’s number three option. Latimer played a lot of X receiver in college...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Cody Latimer to Play Big Role With Broncos in 2015

Cody Latimer spent the majority of last season on the bench watching and anxiously waiting for when he could step in and be an every-down wide receiver. Last season, Latimer appeared in eight games for the Broncos while recording only two catches. For someone his age, and a second round pick, his lack of playing time is not shocking.For Latimer, it was really good considering he...
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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Cody Latimer’s amazing one-handed grab in practice is a must-see (VIDEO)

Cody Latimer could be something special. We’ve seen glimpses of what the Denver Broncos second-round draft pick out of Indiana can do when he accelerated, fought through a defensive back and dove to make a touchdown catch against the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday. But this catch puts that one to shame. On Wednesday, Brock Osweiler threw a football to Latimer in the back of the...
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August 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos rookie Cody Latimer buys house for his mother

The NFL offseason is chock-full of stories of players making poor decisions and landing in handcuffs, so it’s always refreshing to see guys do something good with their fame and fortune. Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver Cody Latimer, who was selected in the second round (No. 56 overall) out of Indiana in the 2014 NFL Draft, has bought a house for his mother. Via Cody Latimer’s...
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July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos Injury Update: Denver being cautious with Cody Latimer

The Denver Broncos are taking the smart route in transitioning, from the college game to the pro game, wide receiver Cody Latimer considering the foot injury that he sustained back in January. Earlier this year, Latimer went out for a run when he felt something pop in his foot. This went on to be a broken fifth metatarsal that would require surgery. Due to the injury, Latimer...
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June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Draft pick Cody Latimer shows “championship mentality”

Just a few, short days ago, the six newly drafted Broncos did not know what team they would land on, if any. But now that they’re Broncos, they’re ready to win. Former Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer was selected in the second round of the draft and is ready to prove himself to his new team. The entire team has a “championship mentality” going into the season, and clearly...
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May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Wes Welker’s days as a Denver Bronco could be numbered

With the 56th pick in the NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select Cody Latimer, receiver out of Indiana. Wait, what? The Broncos actually traded up to get Latimer in the second round. Latimer is a good player and could be a force in the Peyton Manning-led Broncos offense. The timing of the selection is the alarming part. Wide receiver was a need for the Broncos after losing Eric Decker...
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May 13, 2014  |  1 Comment

Broncos: Analyzing the Cody Latimer Pick

When the news broke that the Denver Broncos had traded a 2014 5th round pick and a 2015 4th to move up to select select a player at pick 56, I was at first dubious.Once the pick was announced to be Cody Latimer, the wide receiver out of Indiana, all feelings of apprehension quickly dissipated. Why?Because Latimer was one of my highest rated WRs in this draft. At 6'2 (he claims he...
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May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Grading day two of the draft

The Denver Broncos got into the trading frenzy in round two by trading up to select a wide receiver. They stayed put in round three and got an offensive tackle. They addressed key needs with the two players selected. Round 2 – Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana The Latimer selection has tremendous value. It is hard to believe he fell so far considering some analysts had him rated as a...
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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