An exciting young player for the Denver Broncos suffered an injury Thursday in OTAs, but he is okay.
Jerry Jeudy, a former first-round pick, collided with a defensive back during a team period. According to James Palmer, a National Correspondent for NFL Network, Jeudy limped off the field and sat the rest of practice on the sideline.
#broncos WR Jerry Jeudy collided with CB Ja’Quan McMillian during a team period. He limped off and sat the rest of the practice on the sideline. Sean Payton said it’s really nothing. Called it a thigh bruise. Coach didn’t seem too concerned.
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) May 25, 2023
Broncos’ head coach Sean Payton does not think it is anything serious. He called it a minor thigh bruise and didn’t seem too concerned. Jeudy enters his fourth NFL season in the fall. As a University of Alabama alumnus, he set career highs for receptions (67), receiving yards (972), and touchdowns (six). Jeudy wants to be on the same page with Russell Wilson for the season.
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