Player Outlook
Jeudy has the chance for a breakout season in his third year in the NFL. The addition of quarterback Russell Wilson should help Jeudy finally play at a high level after he's struggled for each of the past two seasons. Jeudy is worth drafting as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues as early as Round 5. Jeudy was limited to 10 games in 2021, mostly because of an ankle sprain, but he's averaged fewer than 10 PPR points per game in each of his first two campaigns. Part of that has been poor quarterback play, but Jeudy also needs to play up to the level he showed at Alabama, which resulted in him being a first-round pick in the NFL Draft in 2020. We're counting on Wilson to bring out the best in Jeudy, and he's headed for a career season. A once crowded receiving corps in Denver with Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, quality tight ends and running backs, got a little less crowded when Patrick tore his ACL in training camp. And Jeudy might have the most upside of the group regardless. We're excited to see what Jeudy can do with Wilson on his side.

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2021 38 467 12.29 3 1.50 464.6
2020 52 856 16.46 3 0.00 1056.6
3y Avg. 45 662 14.71 2 2 2.00 786
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Fantasy News

  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: May benefit from Patrick's absence

    Jeudy may have a clearer path to additional targets after fellow wideout Tim Patrick (knee) suffered a season-ending injury Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Jeudy was already poised to handle a regular role in three-receiver sets, but his target volume could become even greater than anticipated now that Patrick is out of the mix for 2022 after tearing his ACL. The 23-year-old Jeudy finished the 2021 season with 38 catches for 467 yards and no touchdowns in 10 games, a disappointing level of production that was influenced in part by poor quarterback play. Teammate Courtland Sutton will also look to make strides this season, while KJ Hamler profiles as the No. 3 wideout on the depth chart moving forward. All three should benefit not only from Patrick being out of the picture, but also from Denver making a dramatic upgrade at quarterback with the blockbuster trade for Russell Wilson.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Ready for training camp

    Jeudy, who missed a portion of Denver's OTAs with a strained groin, indicated that he's healthy in advance of training camp, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. Jeudy missed seven games last season -- six due to an ankle injury and one while on the COVID-19 list -- so now that he's past his latest injury issue, the 2020 first-rounder's ability to stay on the field going forward will play a big part in determining whether he can put up steady production in his third campaign as a pro. For his part, Jeudy (who logged a 38-467-0 stat line in 10 games in 2021) believes that the Broncos' addition of franchise QB Russell Wilson -- one of the better deep-ball passers in the league -- will provide the offense with a major lift. "I feel like we are going to be a very explosive team," noted the 23-year-old, who's part of a wideout corps that also includes Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler. "I feel like we've got all the pieces we needed, so we've just gotta put it together. And I am excited that is going to happen."
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Not practicing Monday

    Jeudy (groin) is rehabbing on a side field during Monday's practice, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. The Broncos continue to hold Jeudy out after the wideout left a practice last week. Denver head coach Nathaniel Hackett said Jeudy tweaked his groin and his removal was merely precautionary, and that still appears to be the case. Jeudy has plenty of time to get healthy before the start of training camp in late July, but he may be missing valuable reps with new quarterback Russell Wilson.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Leaves practice early

    Jeudy (groin) exited Monday's practice early, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. DiLalla adds that coach Nathaniel Hackett noted that the wideout experienced a little tweak and that the team elected to pull Jeudy from practice as a precaution. The 2020 first-rounder will continue to be evaluated, but the hope is that he'll be able to participate in next week's mandatory minicamp.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Back at practice

    Jeudy (back) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Jeudy missed a practice last week due to a tight back, but he was able to participate in the Broncos' light practice Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, the Arapahoe County District Attorney's office filed a motion to dismiss second-degree criminal tampering charges with a domestic violence enhancer against Jeudy, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and James Palmer. Pelissero noted that it's still possible Jeudy could face discipline from the NFL.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Charges to be dismissed

    The Arapahoe County District Attorney's office has filed a motion to dismiss all charges against Jeudy (back), Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Jeudy was facing two misdemeanor charges for non-physical contact domestic violence. He could still face NFL discipline, though the chances are lower with charges being dismissed.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Dealing with tight back

    Jeudy didn't participate in the Broncos' first OTA on Monday due to back tightness, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Per George Stoia III of The Denver Gazette, Jeudy's lack of activity was known at the start of practice, but the reason for it was not. Klis described the injury as "mild," so the Broncos appear to be taking a cautious approach with one of their top wide receivers. Jeudy remains in some legal limbo due to a recent incident with the mother of his child, for which he was arrested on suspicion of criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 31.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Appears in court

    Jeudy, who appeared in Arapahoe County (Colorado) court Friday morning, was released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond, Jeff Legwold of ESPN reports. Per NFL.com, Jeudy was arrested Thursday on second-degree criminal tampering charges with a domestic violence enhancer, but he did not submit a plea and is next scheduled to appear in court May 31. In a statement Thursday, the Broncos noted they "are aware of the matter involving Jerry Jeudy and are in the process of gathering more information."
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Hearing scheduled for Friday

    Jeudy is scheduled for a hearing at 8:30 a.m. MT on Friday following his arrest Thursday in Arapahoe County (Colorado) on suspicion of criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer, George Stoia III of The Denver Gazette reports. According to Arapahoe County Sheriff Tyler Brown, "there was no physical contact" between Jeudy and the woman in question, and he has yet to be formally charged in the ongoing investigation, per Kieran Nicholson and Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post. Prior to Brown's statement, the Broncos posted one of their own, stating the team is "aware of the matter involving Jerry Jeudy and are in the process of gathering more information," according to Mike Klis of 9News Denver. Friday's appearance before a judge could shed more light on Jeudy's current legal situation.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: High hopes for rebound in 2022

    Jeudy admits Russell Wilson will help him to improve in 2022, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. After a largely disappointing 2021 season, Jeudy has an opportunity to rebound in a big way next season with the addition of Wilson at quarterback. The deal sending the veteran signal-caller from Seattle to Denver is already paying dividends, as Jeudy has noticed Wilson's impact as a leader. "[He's] getting me better as well. He's going to help me a lot this year," the wideout said of Wilson. Additionally, head coach Nathaniel Hackett wants to use the vertical passing game more next season, which should open things up in the passing attack. With Wilson throwing the ball, Jeudy and the rest of the Broncos pass catchers have a chance to flourish in 2022.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Quiet to close out season

    Jeudy secured two of five targets for 30 yards in the Broncos' 28-24 loss to the Chiefs on Saturday. Jeudy's non-eventful return from a one-game stay on the reserve/COVID-19 list was certainly a downer for fantasy managers rolling with him in Week 18 league championship games. The quiet finish was in some ways a fitting end to a disappointing sophomore NFL campaign for the 2020 first-round pick, one in which he missed seven games overall and surprisingly never found the end zone. The talented 22-year-old did demonstrate some solid rapport with Teddy Bridgewater at times in their first season together, but it remains to seen if Jeudy will start 2022 with a third signal-caller in as many pro seasons -- Bridgewater is slated for unrestricted free agency, and if he doesn't return to Denver, the Broncos will almost certainly bring in other competition for Drew Lock.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Off COVID list

    Denver activated Jeudy (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. The Broncos also brought back Tim Patrick (illness) from the same list, setting the stage for both players to return from one-game absences for Saturday's game against the Chiefs. With Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) on injured reserve, the starting receiver trio of Jeudy, Patrick and Courtland Sutton will be taking targets this weekend from Drew Lock (shoulder), who draws a third straight start.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Goes on COVID list, out Week 17

    Denver placed Jeudy (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Ben Swanson of the Broncos' official web site reports. He won't be available for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Jeudy joins Tim Patrick among Denver receivers on the COVID-19 list, with neither on track to be cleared in advance of Sunday's contest. For now, Courtland Sutton has avoided being placed on the list, despite sitting out Friday's practice with an illness while taking a questionable tag into the weekend. If available Sunday, Sutton would headline a receiving corps that would also include Kendall Hinton and Diontae Spencer in addition to COVID-19 roster call-ups Seth Williams and Travis Fulgham.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Likely headed to COVID-19 list

    The Broncos are expected to place Jeudy on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, leaving his availability for Sunday's game against the Chargers in doubt, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Denver cancelled practice Thursday due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the organization, and Jeudy and linebacker Bradley Chubb appear to be the latest members of the roster who likely contracted the virus. Assuming Denver confirms Jeudy's placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list later Friday, he'll be a long shot to clear the NFL's COVID-19 return-to-play protocols before Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff, even if vaccinated. Tim Patrick (illness) is also on the same list and unlikely to play Sunday, potentially leaving Denver with Courtland Sutton, Kendall Hinton and Diontae Spencer as its starting receivers.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Leading receiver Sunday

    Jeudy caught three of four targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 17-13 loss to the Raiders. With Drew Lock under center, the Broncos' passing game found very little success, and Jeudy was the only Denver player to top 33 receiving yards. It was a solid rebound for the second-year wideout after he failed to catch a pass last week against the Bengals, and he'll have two more shots to score his first touchdown of the season beginning with a Week 17 tilt against the Chargers.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Held catchless in loss

    Jeudy failed to record a single catch in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Bengals. Jeudy saw four targets in the contest, but he couldn't get anything going on a day when the Denver offense struggled. The 22-year-old played on just 69 percent of the Broncos' offensive snaps, behind fellow wideouts Tim Patrick and Courtland Sutton. This has been a disappointing season for Jeudy, and he has yet to find the end zone in the eight games he's played in up to this point. Trusting Jeudy, or any Denver pass catcher, will be difficult down the stretch. In Week 16, the Broncos visit the Raiders for a matchup in which backup quarterback Drew Lock will likely be under center. Fantasy managers may want to look elsewhere.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Five catches against Lions

    Jeudy caught five of six targets for 47 yards in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Lions. He led all Denver wideouts in catches, targets and yards, but tight ends Noah Fant and Albert Okwuegbunam posted similar numbers to Jeudy as the team had little reason to stretch the field in the rout. The second-year receiver is still looking for his first TD of the year, but he has hauled in multiple passes in six straight games since returning from an ankle injury, giving him a reasonably secure fantasy floor heading into a Week 15 tilt against the Bengals.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Leads team in receiving

    Jeudy had four receptions on six targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 22-9 loss to the Chiefs. Jeudy was the lone Denver wideout to generate any sort of separation against the Chiefs' secondary, finishing with the team lead in receiving production. The 2020 first-round pick has slowly become Teddy Bridgewater's favorite target since being activated from injured reserve back in Week 8. Jeudy is averaging four receptions and 45 yards in the four games since returning, giving him a decent base as a deep-league option heading into a matchup against the Lions next Sunday.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Only two grabs Sunday

    Jeudy caught two of three targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Chargers. None of the Broncos' big three wideouts reached 30 receiving yards in the game, as Denver's defense and running backs carried the day. It was Jeudy's poorest performance in four games since returning to the lineup, and he'll look to bounce back in Week 13 against Kansas City.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Leads Denver in catches Sunday

    Jeudy caught six of nine targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 30-13 loss to the Eagles. He also gained three yards on his only carry. The second-year wideout led the Broncos in receptions and targets, but Jeudy's longest grab went for only 14 yards, and both Albert Okwuegbunam and Noah Fant produced more yardage than any Denver WR on the day. Jeudy has quickly regained a prime spot in the team's passing game since returning from his ankle injury, catching 12 of 17 targets for 117 yards over the last two games heading into a Week 11 bye.
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