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Jon Heath

Broncos signing TE Greg Dulcich to 4-year contract

The Denver Broncos are signing rookie tight end Greg Dulcich to a four-year contract, KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis reported Thursday evening. Dulcich is now set to earn $5,504,022 over the next four seasons, according to, an average of $1,376,006 per year.

The Broncos picked Dulcich in the third round of the NFL draft in April out of UCLA. In four years (24 games) with the Bruins, Dulcich caught 77 passes for 1,353 yards and 11 touchdowns, averaging 17.6 yards per catch.

Dulcich had a breakout season last year, totaling 42 receptions for 725 yards and five touchdowns. He is now a candidate to replace Noah Fant, who was sent to the Seattle Seahawks in March as part of the Russell Wilson trade.

In addition to Dulcich, Denver now has Albert Okwuegbunam, Eric Tomlinson, Eric Saubert, Shaun Beyer, Dylan Parham and Rodney Williams at tight end. Dulcich will likely compete for the team’s TE3 duties this year behind Okwuegbunam (the primary receiving tight end) and Tomlinson (the primary blocking tight end).

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