Houston trades with Broncos for wide receiver

The Denver Broncos have traded receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans. More

The Denver Broncos have traded receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans. More

The Denver Broncos have traded one of the best wide receivers in team history - Demaryius Thomas - to the Houston Texans.

The Broncos acquired a fourth-round draft pick from the Texans and the teams will also swap seventh-round picks.

Through eight games this season, the 30-year-old has 36 catches for 402 yards and three touchdowns in Denver.

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One of the primary reasons that Denver was willing to trade Thomas, who has been with the organization since being drafted in 2010, is because it opens the door for more playing time for Courtland Sutton.

This week, the Broncos host the Texans, meaning Thomas will likely play against his former team at Mile High Stadium. Last year, Thomas notched 83 receptions for 949 yards and five scores, showcasing his ability to be a top weapon, even with Trevor Siemian as his quarterback.

What Thomas' trade means for Emmanuel Sanders is he is undoubtedly the No. 1 receiver on the Broncos.

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Fuller had 32 catches for 503 yards and four touchdowns this season.

The welcoming the Broncos and their fans give Thomas at Mile High Stadium after seven-plus years of service should be a sight to see for National Football League fans of all stripes.

Thomas was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2012-14 and 2016. Second, and perhaps more importantly, the message the Broncos received yesterday was that, in at least some small way, their front office is cashing it in on 2018. Unless he can lead the Broncos to wins in the team's next few games, he may be out of a job soon. Seeing NFL teams, from real contenders like the Rams and Eagles to aspiring contenders like the Texans and Redskins, making deals is pretty damn cool. Between this Thomas deal, the surprisingly productive rookie class, and the prudent management of the salary cap, I am very enthused about the Brian Gaine Era, thus far.

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