|1||@Seahawks||L 16 - 17||1||0|
|2||Texans||W 16 - 9||1||0|
|3||49ers||W 11 - 10||1||0|
|4||@Raiders||L 23 - 32||1||0|
|5||Colts||L 9 - 12||1||0|
|11||Raiders||L 16 - 22||1||0|
|12||@Panthers||L 10 - 23||1||0|
|13||@Ravens||L 9 - 10||1||0|
|14||Chiefs||L 28 - 34||1||0|
|15||Cardinals||W 24 - 15||1||0|
|16||@Rams||L 14 - 51||1||0|
|17||@Chiefs||L 24 - 27||1||0|
|18||Chargers||W 31 - 28||1||0|
Offensive Line Career
BOBENMOYER AT A GLANCE:
- A third-year long snapper who has appeared in all 33 games with the Broncos (2020-21), totaling one fumble recovery and seven special-teams tackles during his career.
- Appeared in all 17 games for Denver in 2021, logging 133 special-teams snaps and four special-teams tackles.
- Collected one fumble recovery and three special-teams tackles while appearing in all 16 games during his rookie season in 2020.
- Played collegiately as a long snapper and edge rusher/linebacker at the University of Northern Colorado, where he saw action on kick and punt coverage and return teams in addition to handling long snapping duties.
- Participated in the Broncos' rookie mini camp and veteran mini camp in 2019 on a tryout basis.
- Joined the Broncos as a free agent on March 11, 2020.
Injury Report: OLB Jacob Martin among Broncos to not practice Wednesday
Additionally, wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler did not practice.
Broncos promote T Quinn Bailey, activate LS Jacob Bobenmoyer to active roster before Week 11 game vs. Raiders
Denver also activated placed ILB Jonas Griffith on injured reserve and elevated two players from the practice squad.
Broncos designate LS Jacob Bobenmoyer for return from injured reserve
The team also announced that long snapper Mitchell Fraboni has been placed on IR.
Broncos promote WR Kendall Hinton to active roster, place three players on injured reserve
Denver placed tackle Garett Bolles, cornerback Ronald Darby and long snapper Jacob Bobenmoyer on injured reserve.
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With injuries to veterans Courtland Sutton and A.J. Bouye, the Broncos relied heavily on their rookies in the season opener.