Titans were too late on WR Demaryius Thomas

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"The New England Patriots, they are trying to go after a bonafide premium wide receiver, offering up high draft choices for that", Glazer reported.

The New England Patriots were in the market for a receiver at the trade deadline, according to NFL Media and Fox Sports. This season, Thomas (6-3, 229) has recorded 36 receptions for 402 yards (11.2 avg.) and three touchdowns in eight games with Denver.

Thomas would have the chance to play with Tom Brady, meaning he would have ultimately caught passes from arguably the two best quarterbacks to ever play the game (Peyton Manning) and receive checks from the guy who rounds out the top three (John Elway).

Thomas was drafted in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

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Unless the Broncos somehow claw their way back into playoff contention (anything is possible, I suppose), they will be able to cheer Thomas on from afar and not have to worry about a head-to-head matchup. If it's the Broncos, I would love it. "I gotta deal with it".

Only time will tell when it comes to whether Howie Roseman pulls off one of his unbelievable deals out of nowhere, but with Demaryius Thomas heading to the Houston Texans, at least Philadelphia knows one potential trade target is officially out of the question. In response to Rapoport's tweet, Tate responded, "What you talking about Willis?"

Sutton leads the Broncos wide receivers with a 19.1 yards-per-catch average and has already proven himself to be a hard matchup for opposing defensive backs, especially in contested-pass situations.

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