Broncos open practice window for Jerry Jeudy

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Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy suffered a sprained ankle in the season-opening win over the Giants. He landed on injured reserve. He’s now closer to returning.

While he won’t play on Sunday against the Raiders, the Broncos announced that the 21-day practice window as opened for Jeudy. He’ll have three weeks to return to game action.

Denver also returned running back Mike Boone to the 53-man roster from IR. Boone suffered an injury during training camp.

Receivers John Brown and Tyrie Cleveland were elevated from the practice squad, and cornerback Mike Ford was placed on injured reserve, with a knee injury.

4 responses to “Broncos open practice window for Jerry Jeudy

  1. I really hope the Denver Broncos go after Aaron Rodgers at the conclusion of the ‘21 season. The current crop of of NFL draft eligible college QBs is a complete dud. The Broncos have been wandering around the starting QB wilderness since Peyton Manning retired after the ‘15 season.

  2. The Broncos have some absolute studs at WR who’s best ball is still ahead of them. Jeudy is a beast just needs to get healthy as is Courtland Sutton and TE Noah Fant. I like KJ Hanler but I thought he would of shown more by now I’m not sure what to make of him. Broncos just need a QB and that offense is ready, draft another receiver in 2022 in the 2nd or 3rd just to stack the talent. Broncos desperately need a QB though, that needs to be their top priority this off season that they fill no matter what be it in FA or the draft or whatever so long as they land a gamer who can play and get Denver where they want to go because the roster outside of QB is playoff ready.

  3. Yep we will be glad to get him back. And the QB will play out. Teddy had some good games & then the OL & coaches let him down the last 2 week but against far better teams. And his contract will cost a lot so we may need a QB & a back up as Lock showed he might not even be a quality back up.

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