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  • Broncos' Ben DiNucci: Back with Broncos for 2024

    The Broncos signed DiNucci to a reserve/future contract for the 2024 season Monday, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports. DiNucci did not see the field for Denver in 2023, but he did spend the entire season with its practice squad and will now compete for a spot on its 53-man roster in 2024. The state of the Broncos' quarterback position is in flux since they benched Russell Wilson for the final two games of the year, signaling they may opt to cut him before March.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Reverts to practice squad

    DiNucci reverted to Denver's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. DiNucci was elevated for Sunday's 26-23 loss to the Patriots, but he ultimately remained inactive as an emergency QB option. He's unlikely to see the field for the Broncos this season unless one of Russell Wilson and/or Jarrett Stidham end up missing time. He hasn't appeared in a game since 2020 with Dallas.
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  • Broncos' Ben DiNucci: Elevated from practice squad

    The Broncos elevated DiNucci from the practice squad Saturday ahead of Sunday night's game against the Patriots. DiNucci will provide insurance behind Russell Wilson and Jarrett Stidham for Denver, but he's unlikely to see the field against New England. DiNucci hasn't attempted a pass in the NFL since the 2020 season with the Cowboys.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Back to practice squad

    DiNucci reverted to Denver's practice squad Monday. DiNucci will return to the practice squad after being a healthy scratch in Saturday's loss to Detroit. The 27-year-old will now wait for another opportunity to be called up for action.
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  • Broncos' Ben DiNucci: Inactive Saturday night

    Dinucci (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's game against Detroit. Dinucci was elevated to the active roster from the practice squad earlier Saturday, but he won't suit up for the contest against the Lions. The 27-year-old hasn't played in an NFL game since 2020 with Dallas.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Reverts to practice squad

    DiNucci reverted to the Broncos' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. DiNucci served as the emergency No. 3 quarterback option in Sunday's loss to the Texans, but his services were ultimately not required. His next chance to get elevated to the active roster will come in Week 14.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Added to practice squad

    DiNucci landed a spot on the Broncos' practice squad Wednesday, Aric Dilalla of the team's official website reports. DiNucci spent his first three seasons with the Cowboys on both their active roster and practice squad before joining the Broncos in May. He was competing with Jarrett Stidham for the backup role behind Russell Wilson under center but ultimately came up short. Now, he will be the team's de facto No. 3 quarterback via the practice squad.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Gets cut loose

    DiNucci was waived by the Broncos on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. DiNucci joined the team in May after a successful XFL season with Seattle. Ultimately though, the James Madison product was unable to unseat Jarrett Stidham for backup duties, while Denver has opted to carry two quarterbacks on their 53-man roster.
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  • Broncos' Ben DiNucci: Earns new opportunity

    DeNucci signed a contract with the Broncos on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. DiNucci most recently played for Seattle in the XFL, where he led the league in passing with 2,671 yards in 10 contests. The 26-year-old previously spent time in the NFL with the Cowboys, who selected him in the seventh round of the 2020 Draft. With Russell Wilson firmly in place as the starter and offseason addition Jarrett Stidham expected to hold down the No. 2 role, DiNucci will likely have an uphill battle to make the team's 53-man roster.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Parting ways with Cowboys

    DiNucci will be waived by the Cowboys on Sunday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. DiNucci spent the 2021 season on the Cowboys' practice squad before signing a reserve/future contract with the team in January. While he was unable to secure a spot on the Cowboys' 53-man roster, it's possible that he lands on a practice squad in 2022. Over three preseason games this year, DiNucci completed 16 of 27 pass attempts for 181 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions while rushing five times for 11 yards.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Remains with Dallas

    The Cowboys signed DiNucci to a reserve/future contract Monday. DiNucci failed to make the team's 53-man roster ahead of the regular season and spent the entirety of the 2021 campaign on the team's practice squad. The quarterback appeared in three games in 2020 and completed 23 of 43 passes for 219 yards while starter Dak Prescott was out due to a season-ending ankle injury. The seventh-round pick will have another opportunity to find a full-time backup role with Dallas this coming offseason.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Resurfaces on practice squad

    The Cowboys signed DiNucci to the practice squad Wednesday. DiNucci couldn't beat out Cooper Rush for the No. 2 spot behind Dak Prescott (shoulder), but he will get a chance to continue his development with the Cowboys. The 2020 seventh-round pick underwhelmed in three appearances last season.
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  • Ben DiNucci: Fails to make roster

    The Cowboys waived DiNucci on Tuesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. The Cowboys cut both DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert on Tuesday, leaving Cooper Rush as the backup to Dak Prescott (shoulder). As a rookie last season, DiNucci completed 23 of 43 passes for 219 yards without a touchdown or interception in three appearances.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Expected to start again Sunday

    DiNucci is expected to start Sunday's game versus the Steelers following news that Andy Dalton (concussion) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Dalton won't be able to return by Sunday, so DiNucci is in line for a second straight start. His start against the Eagles this past Sunday was ugly, as he completed 21 of 40 passes for 180 yards (4.5 yards per attempt) and no touchdowns. He didn't throw an interception, but he was sacked four times and lost two fumbles. The rookie's matchup this week will be even tougher, as the Steelers lead the league with 30 sacks and rank second with 13 turnovers through seven games.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Fails to seize opportunity

    DiNucci completed 21 of 40 pass attempts for 180 yards, no touchdowns and two lost fumbles in Sunday's 23-9 loss to the Eagles. DiNucci received the first start of his career, but was given a rude awakening by the Eagles' defensive unit. The 2020 seventh-round pick did not get any help from his battered and bruised offensive line, as he was often under duress mere moments after receiving the snap. The handful of times DiNucci received a clean pocket, he proved to be indecisive and held on to the ball too long, taking four sacks in total on the night. The rookie was blunt during the post-game presser, stating that "this NFL thing; it's hard." Nothing appeared to come easy for anybody on Dallas' offense with DiNucci at the helm, but a potential Week 9 return for veteran quarterback Andy Dalton (concussion) offers some hope for a rebound. Fantasy managers probably saw enough from DiNucci to steer clear if he is forced to make another start Sunday, especially considering one of the league's top defensive units waits on deck in the form of a home matchup against the Steelers.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Expected to start Sunday night

    With Andy Dalton (concussion) listed as doubtful, DiNucci is expected to get the start Sunday night in Philadelphia, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. The rookie seventh-round pick won't lack for receiving weapons, but he will be playing behind a shaky O-line against an above-average Eagles pass rush. DiNucci looked overwhelmed when he replaced Dalton in last week's 25-3 loss to Washington, taking sacks on three of his six dropbacks.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Early frontrunner for Week 8 start

    DiNucci took all the Cowboys' first-team reps at quarterback during practices Wednesday and Thursday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. While Dallas hasn't ruled out Andy Dalton (concussion) from starting this weekend in Philadelphia, the signal-caller has been a non-participant in the first two practices of Week 8. According to Gehlken, Dalton's involvement in Dallas' quarterback meeting Thursday morning marks a step forward for the veteran as he navigates the concussion protocol, but he'll almost certainly need to get some on-field reps in Friday to have a shot at playing against the Eagles. Barring a major turnaround in Dalton's condition in the next day, DiNucci looks poised to make his first career start Sunday after he played 12 snaps in relief of the concussed Dalton in last week's loss to Washington. At this time, little buzz has emerged suggesting that the Cowboys plan to bring in a more experienced option at the position beyond journeyman Garrett Gilbert, who was recently poached from Cleveland's practice squad to serve as the clear No. 2 behind DiNucci.
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  • Cowboys' Ben DiNucci: Struggles as injury replacement

    DiNucci completed two of three pass attempts for 39 yards during Sunday's 25-3 loss to Washington. DiNucci entered the game after Andy Dalton (concussion) took a shot to the head in the second half and struggled against a ferocious defensive front. He managed a 32-yard completion to Amari Cooper and another short gain, but he also took three sacks and was fortunate to not fumble the ball away on two occasions. The rookie hardly seems ready to lead an NFL offense at this point, so it's likely the team looks outside the organization for a starter if Dalton is unable to play next Sunday night against the Eagles.
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