3 Jerry Jeudy trade destinations the Denver Broncos could consider
Projecting best landing spots for Broncos’ Jerry Jeudy
If Jerry Jeudy wanted a true homecoming, sending him back to his home state and to the south in general (he played football at Alabama) might be something he could get on board with. Plus, he’d get to catch passes from Trevor Lawrence, who is being unleashed by Doug Pederson.
The top three receivers for the Jaguars are Christian Kirk, Marvin Jones, and Zay Jones. It’s clear they need another pass catcher, and Jeudy could fit in nicely down there. Lawrence has had three out of his six games this year with a passer rating over 100, and he’s got nine touchdowns to four interceptions on the season.
His development is obvious. The Jaguars are likely still a year away from being a legitimate contender. However, trading for proven players might be something they’re willing to do. Doug Pederson’s offense has been on display this year, and his work with Carson Wentz and the Eagles is noticeable.
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Pederson would surely know how to get Jeudy involved in the passing game. He’s simply too talented of a player to not touch the ball 10 times a game.