Austin Traylor

Austin Traylor

Tight End #86
Ht / Wt:6'3" / 247 lb.
Born:September 3, 1993
Drafted:2016 / UDFA

Austin Traylor: Cut by Denver

Traylor was released by the Broncos on Saturday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic Denver reports.

Analysis: Traylor found himself stuck behind the likes of Jeff Heuerman and Jake Butt on the depth chart as cut down day loomed. With Denver's decision to draft Troy Fumagalli, the writing on the wall became ever-apparent for Traylor. It remains to be seen whether he'll latch on elsewhere.

September 1, 2018 4:11 PM EST

Austin Traylor: Plays without limitation in Saturday's preseason contest

Traylor (shoulder)failed to record a catch in Denver's loss to Chicago on Saturday.

Analysis: It was good to see Traylor on the field following the shoulder injury that been nagging him for about a week. Traylor combines experience and youth to make his case for a roster spot, but the team's final two preseason affairs could prove to be particularly important for the Wisconsin product's chances of making the team.

August 22, 2018 11:57 AM EST

Austin Traylor: Out Monday with shoulder injury

Traylor (shoulder) did not participate in Monday's practice, Mike Klis of reports.

Analysis: Traylor, who sustained a shoulder sprain during Saturday's preseason loss to the Vikings, was kept to the sideline Monday as he observed practice. The severity of the injury doesn't sound too serious, but the Broncos' tight end room is now dealing with a handful of issues with Jeff Heuerman (knee) and rookie Troy Fumagalli (sports hernia) also nursing injuries.

August 13, 2018 2:00 PM EST

Austin Traylor: Nursing shoulder injury

Traylor sustained a shoulder injury during Saturday's preseason opener against the Vikings, Zac Stevens of reports.

Analysis: It isn't clear when or how Traylor suffered the injury, nor is it certain how severe his situation is. Regardless, his potential absence from practice this week is yet another ding to a tigth end corps already without Jeff Heuerman (knee) and Troy Fumagalli (sports hernia) for the time being, which allows Jake Butt to operate as the unquestioned No. 1 tight end until further notice.

August 12, 2018 7:33 PM EST

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