There have been rumors circulating about former Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy possibly being traded before the trade deadline. he Denver Broncos don’t appear as strong as advertised and it might be time for the front office to test some trades.
Jeudy entered the league in 2020 after spending three seasons at Alabama. He has been a key playmaker for the Broncos up to this point. Thus far, he has hauled in 114 receptions for 1,709 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
according to Pat McAfee, Broncos wide receiver KJ Hamler has been valued higher than Jeudy by teams interested in a potential trade. McAfee then went on to say, “KJ Hamler has been discussed more by teams than Jerry Jeudy because of the asking price for Jeudy”
With Jeudy still having one more year of control on his contract, the Broncos’ front office is seeking a lot in return. Several of the possible trade destinations that have been reported are the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, and New York Giants. The aforementioned teams have been seen as potential landing spots for Jeudy and he could be in a position to trade for a wide receiver of Jeudy’s caliber.
Roll Tide Wire will continue to follow Jeudy’s career as well as other former Alabama players in the NFL.
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