Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is putting in the extra work to have a big third NFL season. How good can he be?
If the Denver Broncos offense is going to take a step forward in 2022, the receivers have to collectively take the next step.
You’ve got multiple second-contract players in Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick.
You’ve also got two recent high draft picks in Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler.
For Jeudy, year three in the NFL is about to be a big one. He suffered an injury in Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season and wasn’t properly utilized upon his return to the lineup.
And to say he wasn’t properly utilized might be the understatement of the year.
Jeudy finished his second NFL season, even one cut a little short by injuries, with zero touchdown catches.
After a disappointing second season, Jeudy is making sure he’s doing everything that he possibly can to be great in 2022. The Denver Broncos need Jeudy — one of the best route runners in the league — to do for them what he once did for Alabama:
According to Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy is doing what it takes to be great and get to the next level as an NFL receiver.
He’s finally got a great quarterback throwing him passes, and an offensive coordinator whose vow was to build an offensive system around the players, not the other way around.
Along with the excitement of training camp, just in general, soon we will see the return of Jerry Jeudy hype.
Jeudy putting in the extra work to understand the offense and stay on the same page with Russell Wilson is just a small example of the impact Wilson is having on this roster as a whole.
Wilson is at the facility by 5:00 AM and says that some of them are staying at the facility past 9:00 PM.
Training camp is a grind, but every hour in the facility now can pay huge dividends down the line as this team has championship aspirations.
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It will be great to see Jeudy get featured some throughout training camp and see how that extra work in the film room off the field pays off.