Following His Joining, the New Broncos Wide Receiver Sends A Message

Although Denver hasn’t decided on a quarterback for the 2024 campaign, the Broncos have added a reliable wide receiver to complement their potential signal caller.

Josh Reynolds, the incoming wide receiver for the Broncos, signed with Denver last week and is already expressing his excitement to start working.


Reynolds wrote a message on Twitter on Wednesday, which Broncos analyst Amir Farrell shared. The veteran wide receiver wanted to encourage supporters of the Denver team and his future teammates.

“I’m thrilled to have joined this organisation!” Reynolds posted a screenshot to social media.


The wide receiver, who will be joining the Broncos for the fourth time in 2024, expressed his belief that this year’s squad will be much better.

Reynolds said, “Can’t wait to get this thing popped off and get turned around.”

On March 28, Reynolds was given a two-year, $9 million contract by Denver.

Reynolds caught 40 catches for the Detroit Lions last season, good for 608 yards and five touchdowns.

Reynolds has 220 career receptions for 2,933 yards and 19 receiving touchdowns in eight different seasons.

In Denver, there will be ten wide receivers vying for playing time in 2024, including Reynolds.

The Broncos have two potentially top-rated receivers in Courtland Sutton and Marvin Mims Jr., in addition to Reynolds.

Reynolds was a player for the Tennessee Titans and the Los Angeles Rams before joining the Lions.

Denver’s next concern is who will start at centre for the Broncos in 2024 after signing Reynolds.

Russell Wilson was fired by the team following the 2023 campaign, leaving only career backups Jarrett Stidham and Ben DiNucci as the starting quarterbacks.

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