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After four tough years with the Broncos, Jeudy was traded to the Browns this offseason. He'll attempt to put together his second season with at least 10 PPR points per game, though it won't be easy. The Browns already have Amari Cooper as their primary threat (7.8 targets per game with Deshaun Watson last year) and got an outstanding season from tight end David Njoku. Jeudy would have to carve out a role larger than what he had in Denver and then rediscover the kind of efficiency he had in 2022 in order to be a good Fantasy choice. That feels unlikely, even with the quarterback upgrade, which is why Jeudy is best viewed as a bench receiver worth taking in the double-digit rounds.

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2023 54 758 14.04 2 0.00 825.1
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  • Browns' Jerry Jeudy: Not practicing

    Coach Kevin Stefanski said Tuesday that Jeudy (undisclosed) isn't practicing but is in the building and "working through some things," Daniel Oyefusi of ESPN.com reports. Jeudy appears to be dealing with a minor injury, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer, though details remain undisclosed. It doesn't sound like Jeudy is in any danger of being less than a full go for training camp in late July, but there's a possibility he won't get back on the field before then. After being traded to Cleveland in March, he quickly agreed to a three-year extension with the team. Jeudy is positioned to work as the No. 2 wideout behind Amari Cooper, who is holding out from mandatory minicamp.
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  • Browns' Jerry Jeudy: Lands three-year extension

    The Browns and Jeudy agreed to a three-year extension Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Prior to free agency opening last week, Cleveland acquired Jeudy from Denver for a pair of Day 3 picks in the 2024 Draft. The two sides then restructured his contract for the upcoming season, creating about $10 million in cap space. With this new deal, which includes $41 million in guaranteed money and up to $58 million overall, Jeudy is locked in through the 2027 campaign. Through four years as a pro, he's averaged 14.5 YPC and 8.6 YPT, amounting to 211 catches, 3.053 yards and 11 touchdowns in 57 games. Jeudy is slotted in as the No. 2 WR on the Browns behind Amari Cooper.
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  • Browns' Jerry Jeudy: Agrees to restructure contract

    Jeudy and the Browns have agreed to a contract restructure to create more than $10 million in 2024 cap space, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The agreement presumably adds void years, given that Jeudy is scheduled to play on the fifth-year option of his rookie contract and there's been no report of an extension since the Broncos traded him to the Browns. He'll likely be the No. 2 receiver in Cleveland, slotting in behind Amari Cooper and ahead of Elijah Moore. It's unclear how Jeudy's snaps will be divided between the perimeter and slot, as it could be argued that he and Moore both are at their best working inside.
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  • Browns' Jerry Jeudy: Traded to Cleveland

    The Browns acquired Jeudy from the Broncos on Saturday in exchange for 2024 fifth-round and sixth-round picks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The move clears close to $13 million in cap space for the Broncos, who have been in a complete roster teardown after a disappointing campaign under first-year head coach Sean Payton. The Browns have now acquired a wide receiver via trade in three straight offseasons, with Amari Cooper and Elijah Moore coming to Cleveland in 2022 and 2023, respectively. While Cooper has should remain the Browns' No. 1 wideout in 2024, Moore likely will drop to third on the depth chart with the acquisition of Jeudy, who heads to Cleveland with a chance to change his career arc after four largely ho-hum seasons in Denver.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Touchdown in Week 18

    Jeudy caught three of five targets for 79 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-14 loss to the Raiders. Jeudy slipped a few tackles en route to a 24-yard score during the second quarter. That marked just the second touchdown of the campaign for Jeudy, who also finished with 54 grabs on 86 targets for 758 yards in 16 games. After the Broncos exercised his fifth-year option for north of $12 million last offseason, Jeudy is set to be under contract with the team for the 2024 season, though it's uncertain as of now who Denver's starting quarterback will be.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Generates 54 yards in win

    Jeudy (illness) had three receptions on six targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 16-9 win over the Chargers. Jeudy overcame a bout with an illness during the practice week to suit up and serve as one of Jarrett Stidham's top targets Sunday. The Broncos were without fellow starter Courtland Sutton (concussion), but Jeudy's usage did not increase with the former's abcense. The 24-year-old wound up receiving the same number of targets that he had averaged over his previous three games (six) with Sutton active. That said, Jeudy can still provide some fantasy value as a high-floor asset against the Raiders in Week 18.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Active versus Chargers

    Jeudy (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Jeudy was listed as questionable for the contest after missing Friday's practice due to an illness, but he'll be available Sunday and should have an opportunity to be a key target for QB Jarrett Stidham in Week 17, with fellow WRs Courtland Sutton (concussion) and Marvin Mims (hamstring) inactive for the contest. In 14 games this season, Jeudy has logged a 48/625/1 receiving line on 75 targets, but the absence of Sutton and Mims could allow the 2020 first-rounder to see an uptick in production versus Los Angeles on the heels of back-to-back three-catch efforts in Weeks 15 and 16.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Questionable for Sunday

    Jeudy is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers after missing Friday's practice due to an illness, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Meanwhile, Courtland Sutton (concussion) was ruled out for the contest, while Marvin Mims (hamstring) is listed as questionable after not practicing Friday. With that in mind, the Broncos could add WR reinforcements via the practice squad, but for now, the team's healthiest options at the position are Brandon Johnson and Lil'Jordan Humphrey. If Jeudy ends up being active for Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, he figures to be a key target for QB Jarrett Stidham in the absence of Sutton and possibly Mims.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Another subpar performance

    Jeudy caught two of six targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 24-7 win over the Chargers. Jeudy thought he had a five-yard touchdown in the second quarter, but it was reversed upon review, as he failed to get his second foot down along the sideline despite seemingly having enough room to do so. He remains stuck on one touchdown in 2023, and Jeudy has posted 16 or fewer yards in two of his last three games. Jeudy will try to turn things around Saturday in Detroit, but it has been a disappointing season so far after he set career highs with 972 receiving yards and six touchdowns in 2022.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Cleared to play Week 13

    Jeudy (groin) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Texans, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Jeudy ramped up his practice activity as the week unfolded, and his full participation Friday helped the receiver avoid an injury designation altogether. After posting career highs with 972 receiving yards and six touchdowns last season, Jeudy has just 440 yards and one touchdown in 10 appearances, but he remains locked into a starting role across from Courtland Sutton.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Misses practice with groin issue

    Jeudy didn't practice Wednesday due to a groin injury, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Though Jeudy missed Wednesday's session, head coach Sean Payton downplayed the wideout's absence afterward, noting that he thinks Jeudy will be "fine" for Sunday's game against the Texans. Payton added that he expects Jeudy to practice Thursday, though it's unclear whether the receiver will be a full or limited participant for that session.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Minimal involvement in Week 12

    Jeudy brought in two of three targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 29-12 win over the Browns. Jeudy's 11 yards accounted for his lowest total of the season. Additionally, the veteran wideout saw his second-lowest snap share of the campaign, as he was on the field for just 61 percent of the Broncos' offensive snaps Sunday. With Marvin Mims' playing time increasing in recent weeks, it's possible that Jeudy could cede some opportunities to the rookie. Both Jeudy and Mims saw three targets against Cleveland. It also appears that teammate Courtland Sutton, who has out-targeted Jeudy 22 to 13 since Denver's Week 9 bye, has become the preferred option for quarterback Russell Wilson. Nonetheless, Jeudy will look to bounce back in a Week 13 matchup against the Texans.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Sleeper WRs

    Jeudy and Courtland Sutton are both worth using as No. 3 Fantasy receivers in all leagues in Week 10 at Buffalo. For Jeudy, he has scored at least 11 PPR points in three of his past four games, and he scored his first touchdown of the season in Week 8 against Kansas City prior to Denver's bye. Sutton has scored a touchdown in all but two games this season, including three in a row, and both should take advantage of this Bills defense. Buffalo has allowed nine receivers to score at least 14.2 PPR points this season.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: WRs to Sit

    Jeudy is still looking for his first touchdown this season, and he struggled the last time he faced the Chiefs in Week 6 with three catches for 14 yards. Courtland Sutton has clearly emerged as the No. 1 receiver for the Broncos, and Jeudy might be on the verge of getting traded. The Chiefs are No. 10 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and Jeudy isn't trustworthy enough to use in a difficult matchup, even at home.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Grabs season-high six catches

    Jeudy had six receptions on seven targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Jets. Jeudy's six receptions led all Broncos receivers while setting a new season high for the wideout. His seven targets also led the team, and only running back Samaje Perine finished with more receiving yards for Denver. Jeudy is now averaging 4.3 receptions and 52 yards through four games. The 2020 first-round pick is being held back by a lack of touchdowns, although he did see three red-zone targets in garbage time during a 70-20 loss to Miami in Week 3. Jeudy will attempt to score that elusive first touchdown of the season against Kansas City on Thursday Night Football.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Good to go after full practice

    Jeudy (knee) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bears, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Jeudy was limited in practices Wednesday and Thursday, but he'll be good to go for the Week 4 matchup after taking every rep Friday. He battled a hamstring injury heading into the season and ramped up his production from 25 yards in Week 2 to 81 yards in Week 3 after sitting out the Week 1 loss to the Raiders. Sunday's trip to Chicago presents a breakout opportunity for Jeudy, as the Bears are allowing 35.3 points per game, the second-most in the NFL.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Limited again Thursday

    Jeudy (knee) remained a limited participant at practice Thursday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Jeudy will presumably need to practice fully Friday in order to avoid taking an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bears. Through two appearances this season, Jeudy has produced an 8-106-0 receiving line on 12 targets.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Jeudy was a limited participant at practice Wednesday due to a knee injury. Jeudy was on the field for 47 of a possible 62 snaps on offense in this past Sunday's 70-20 loss to the Dolphins, finishing with five receptions for 81 yards. The Broncos haven't revealed whether his limitations Wednesday stem from an injury he sustained Week 3, or if he suffered an in-practice setback. In any case, his status is now worth tracking as this weekend's game against the Bears approaches.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Five catches in Week 3 loss

    Jeudy brought in five of seven targets for 81 yards in the Broncos' 70-20 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Jeudy was quiet early but came on as the game unfolded and finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets to Courtland Sutton for the Broncos on the afternoon. Jeudy, a fourth-year speedster, exponentially improved on his Week 2 season debut performance, when he produced a 3-25 line on five targets. Jeudy's first opportunity to continue his upward trajectory comes in a favorable Week 4 road matchup against the Bears.
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  • Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: No restrictions in Week 2

    Jeudy (hamstring) was a full participant in practices Thursday and Friday and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Commanders. Per Ryan McFadden of The Denver Post, head coach Sean Payton confirmed Jeudy will be ready to make his season debut Sunday after the fourth-year wideout was previously held out of the Broncos' 17-16 loss to the Raiders in Week 1. Payton added that Jeudy isn't expected to have any sort of limited snap count Sunday after the wideout checked out fine during his pair of full practices this week. With that in mind, expect Jeudy and Courtland Sutton to pace the Denver receiving corps in both snaps and targets, while the likes of Lil'Jordan Humphrey, Marvin Mims and Brandon Johnson fill depth roles behind them.
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