Joel Dreessen Stats, News and Video - TE | NFL.com
Joel Dreessen released by Denver Broncos
The Broncos announced Tuesday that tight end Joel Dreessen has been cut with a released/failed physical designation. What does this mean for Denver's offense?
Broncos' Ronnie Hillman among Super Bowl inactives
Both the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks have announced their list of inactives for Super Bowl XLVIII. Here's who won't dress for the final game of the 2013 NFL season.
How the Denver Broncos were built
John Elway has proven to be nearly as good as an NFL executive as he was a quarterback. "Around The League" examines how Elway built up the Broncos through the draft and smart free-agent pickups.
Julius Thomas' status for Broncos-Patriots in question
Julius Thomas' status for Sunday night's matchup between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots is "not looking good." Here's the rest of your Week 12 injury report.
Champ Bailey, Joel Dreessen back at Broncos practice
Champ Bailey returned to the practice field Thursday, more than one month after suffering a sprained foot. The Denver Broncos also got tight end Joel Dreessen back on the field.
Wes Welker to miss rest of Denver Broncos' preseason
Wes Welker will sit out the remainder for the preseason while he deals with a mild ankle sprain. But Denver Broncos coach John Fox says the team is just being cautious with its slot receiver.
Brandon Weeden, Julius Thomas among 11 training camp risers
Everybody knows the receivers at Peyton Manning's disposal, but how about the former hoops player at tight end? Gil Brandt lists Denver Broncos youngster Julius Thomas among his camp standouts.
Camp buzz: Julius Thomas a 'big part' of Broncos' O?
Peyton Manning believes athletic tight end Julius Thomas could be a "big part" of the Denver Broncos' offense. Read about that training-camp buzz and more in Sunday's roundup.
Joel Dreessen reportedly out rest of Broncos camp
The Denver Broncos reportedly have lost Joel Dreessen for the remainder of training camp after the starting tight end suffered a setback in his surgically repaired left knee.
NFL's top 10 receiving corps; Atlanta Falcons rank No. 1
Do Julio Jones and the Atlanta Falcons boast the NFL's top receiving corps? Chris Wesseling breaks out the top 10 list.
32 in 32: Denver Broncos ready for Super Bowl stage?
The Denver Broncos' roster is stronger after they tied for the NFL's best regular-season record last year. Are the Broncos favored to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl? Chris Wesseling explores.
Joel Dreessen out for Broncos OTAs after knee scope
The Denver Broncos will be without Joel Dreessen for the rest of the offseason after the veteran tight end underwent arthroscopic knee surgery. That means an opportunity for backup Julius Thomas.
NFL fantasy football: TE rankings based on schedule
Now that we know the 2013 NFL schedule, it's time to determine which players have the toughest and easiest slates. Michael Fabiano puts fantasy value to tight ends based on their weekly matchups.
NFL draft questions: Denver Broncos looking for RB?
The Denver Broncos added to an already impressive passing offense when they signed free-agent receiver Wes Welker. But who will be the heir apparent to running back Willis McGahee?
Peyton Manning: Tamme keys Denver Broncos' offense
Peyton Manning has been dicing up defenses all season, and he explains why tight end Jacob Tamme has been key to the entire Denver Broncos offense.
NFL fantasy football: Wide receivers catch injury bug
With one week remaining in most fantasy regular seasons, Jason Smith's Fantasy 101 column looks at a handful of wide receivers that could hamstring owners in Week 13.
Fantasy football: Dez Bryant should be phased out
Fantasy expert Jason Smith makes his Week 10 "Higher or Lower" projections, including why Dez Bryant could be the odd man out moving forward.
NFL fantasy football: Another bad turn for Darren McFadden
Injuries to Darren McFadden and Antonio Brown could cause fantasy owners to scramble. Fortunately, Jason Smith has some suggestions for them in Fantasy 101.