Demaryius Thomas' time in Denver may well be coming to an end. According to reports from ESPN, the Broncos are looking to move on from the star wide receiver and are listening to trade offers. 

Thomas is the longest-serving Bronco currently playing for the team, having been drafted by Denver with their first-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. In that time, he's been to six Pro Bowls and one Super Bowl, joining in the team's victory in Super Bowl 50. 

The 30-year-old receiver broke 1,000 yards every season between 2012 and 2016, failing to hit that mark last season for the first time in a season in which he played all 16 games. Even then, Thomas fell just short of the mark with 949 yards. He holds the Broncos records for most receiving yards and touchdowns in a season. 

However, Denver looks ready to move on. With the addition of Courtland Sutton, it seems like the team is looking to offload their veteran pass-catcher before the October 30 trade deadline. 

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that "a handful of teams" have expressed interest in trading for Thomas. So far this season, the receiver has pulled in 33 catches for 372 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

The Broncos aren't having the most stellar season. They are currently 3-4, good for third place in the AFC West.  The team has good reason to be hopeful going forward, though. Outside of their wide receiver group, their offense has other standouts. Rookie running back Phillip Lindsay is averaging the most yards-per-carry for a rookie since Bo Jackson entered the league in the '80s.