College: Alabama | 2 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 193 lbs
Birth Date: 4/24/1999
2022 Bye Week: 9
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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With Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (knee) out for the year, receivers Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy will have more prominent roles in the offense. Quarterback Russell Wilson has shown in training camp that he's going to move the ball around to find favorable matchups, but he's also shown in practices that when he really needs a completion or has been moved off his spot by the pass rush, he's looking for Sutton. But it remains to be seen if that tendency will hold up in games, and Jeudy is too good of a route-runner to not be a factor. If both Sutton and Jeudy stay healthy throughout the year, ESPN.com's Jeff Legwold thinks they'll both have their best years. Sutton is slightly more attractive as a WR2 in fantasy football because he has more experience and has a 1,000-yard season under his belt, but both pass-catchers could have very nice seasons with Wilson as their QB.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (groin), who missed a part of organized team activities with a strained groin, said he's healthy ahead of training camp at the end of July. Remaining on the field will be a significant factor in whether the former first-rounder can make a big leap in his third NFL season with quarterback Russell Wilson this year. The 23-year-old has been a disappointment at this early juncture in his career, especially after playing in only 10 games due to injury in 2021 while failing to catch a single touchdown pass. Jeudy should see a boost with Wilson under center, but there are still plenty of mouths to feed in this offense. He'll be a fine target as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 if he can stay on the field.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (groin) was off to the side at practice on Monday, as was tight end Greg Dulcich. Jeudy was removed from practice last week with a groin injury, and the Broncos are taking a cautious approach during offseason workouts. Head coach Nathaniel Hackett said the 23-year-old removal from practice last week was precautionary, so he should be ready for training camp next month. However, the third-year wideout is missing valuable repetitions with new quarterback Russell Wilson. Jeudy played in only 10 games last year due to injury and finished with a disappointing 38 catches for 467 yards and no touchdowns. There is still plenty of competition for aerial targets in Denver, but Jeudy has breakout potential as a low-end WR2 target.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (groin) walked off the field and looked upset at organized team activities on Monday with a groin injury. Head coach Nathaniel Hackett said Jeudy felt a little tweak in his groin, and the Broncos pulled him from practice as a precaution. The 23-year-old former first-rounder was limited to 10 games in his second NFL season due to injuries, so the Broncos won't take any chances with a month to go until training camp begins. It remains to be seen if Jeudy will be able to take part in next week's mandatory minicamp. Jeudy finished with a disappointing 38 catches for 467 yards and no touchdowns in 2021, but he could be headed for a third-year breakout in 2022 if he can stay healthy now that Russell Wilson is his quarterback.
The district attorney in Arapahoe County has moved to dismiss all charges against Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy in advance of his scheduled court hearing on Tuesday. "After reviewing the evidence, I always believed that no crime had been committed and all charges would be dismissed," said his attorney Harvey Steinberg. Jeudy was facing two misdemeanor charges for non-physical contact domestic violence. It remains to be seen if he'll face any discipline from the league, but it's less likely now that the charges have been dismissed. Heading into his third NFL season, the 23-year-old former first-rounder has been a bit of a disappointment, but he could break out with Russell Wilson now at quarterback in Denver.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy will be released on bond on Friday after the female victim involved with Jeudy addressed the court and said she never felt threatened and doesn't feel threatened now. There is a mandatory protection order, but the "no-contact" provision has been dropped. The 23-year-old was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of criminal tampering with a domestic-violence enhancer. There was no physical contact between Jeudy and the woman in question, and he hasn't been formally charged in the investigation. He could still be facing a potential suspension from the league. If Jeudy avoids any type of suspension, he could be in for a breakout in his third NFL season now that Russell Wilson is at quarterback in Denver.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy was arrested for undisclosed reasons on Thursday. Once Jeudy is formally booked, the charges against him will be released. Depending on what the charges are, there is a possibility that the 23-year-old will face a suspension from the NFL in 2022. Due to injury and inconsistent quarterback play, Jeudy had a disappointing second season in the NFL last year, but he'll have a chance to rebound this season now that Russell Wilson will be under center. His after-the-catch abilities could lead to a breakout season, but Denver still has other capable pass-catchers in Courtland Sutton, KJ Hamler and tight end Albert Okwuegbunam. Stay tuned for more information on the specifics of Jeudy's arrest.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy has been one of the biggest fantasy winners from the offseason so far. This week, the team acquired Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks, elevating the franchise's quarterback situation substantially. Jeudy suffered from both injuries and lackluster quarterback play over his first two NFL seasons. He turns 23 years old in April and will have every opportunity to live up to his considerable upside this season. Fellow wide receiver Courtland Sutton receives a big boost with Wilson's presence as well. It's unclear who will benefit more, but both players certainly have their arrows pointing up going into the 2022 season.