Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy believes catching passes from Hall of Fame quarterback Russell Wilson is going to help him develop a lot.
Jeudy, who is 25/1 to finish with the most regular season receiving yards, is about to start his third season with the Broncos and it's fair to say he hasn't had the greatest array of QBs to throw to him so far.
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Denver tried a trio of young starters in Jeudy's first year as a pro, but none caught on and then, after bringing veteran Teddy Bridgewater for 2021, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins after going 7-6 in his one and only season as starter.
The acquisition of Wilson in exchange for a hefty package of picks and players stabilises the QB position at Mile High and should enhance former first-round pick Jeudy's prospects of flourishing in the NFL.
Unsurprisingly, Jeudy is looking forward to running routes for a nine-time pro Bowler with 37,059 passing yards and 292 touchdowns on his NFL record.
"He could help me a lot," Jeudy said last week, via denverbroncos.com.
"He's a great quarterback, Hall of Fame quarterback, that came into the offense as a leader and got me better as well, so he's going to help me a lot this season."
Jeudy says he picked up plenty from Wilson at the Broncos' voluntary veteran minicamp last month.
"It was cool," Jeudy added. "He was just teaching me the stuff that I didn't really know about the offense, so I learned a lot with him, just catching up on timing and routes and different stuff like that."