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AUG 15, 1:21a ET | AP
Rotowire: Sep 13 / 5:54p ET
News: Green failed to catch his only target Sunday against the Ravens.
Impact: Despite being listed as the starting tight end, Green is much more of a blocker than a pass-catcher, and with the offensive line struggling Sunday by allowing four sacks, Green had few opportunities for route running.
Rotowire: Aug 15 / 5:34p ET
News: Green (hamstring) caught 5-of-5 targets for 48 yards in Friday's preseason opener against the Seahawks.
Impact: With Owen Daniels and some other key veterans held out as a precaution, James Casey actually got the start at tight end, though Green also received plenty of snaps with the starting offense. The Broncos are expected to rely on two-tight end formations quite a bit this season, but with three players competing for snaps, none of the bunch is a good bet to see a heavy target workload. Green may have the highest ceiling of the bunch from a real-life perspective, but his prowess as a blocker may serve to limit his receiving contribution.
Rotowire: Jul 30 / 3:23p ET
News: Green (hamstring) will be limited at the start of training camp, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.
Impact: Coach Gary Kubiak told Mike Klis of 9News on Thursday that Green missed much of the offseason program due to a hamstring strain, which explains his imminent availability. With Julius Thomas out of the picture, Green is the primary holdover at tight end but will have to contend with Owen Daniels for snaps. No matter when he achieves full health, Green excels as a blocker, leaving Daniels as the likely candidate to succeed in the fantasy realm.