College: Alabama | 3 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 193 lbs
Birth Date: 4/24/1999
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2022 Bye Week: 9
Questionable - Ankle
Total Pts: 93
Avg Pts: 8.45
Rank: 52 WR
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|Week 1||20.20||Jerry Jeudy 102 receiving yds (10.20 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Jerry Jeudy 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Jerry Jeudy 67 yd TD pass from Russell Wilson
|Week 2||2.20||Jerry Jeudy 1 rushing yd (0.10 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 11 receiving yds (1.10 pts)
Jerry Jeudy 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 3||3.70||Jerry Jeudy 17 receiving yds (1.70 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 4||15.30||Jerry Jeudy 53 receiving yds (5.30 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Jerry Jeudy 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Jerry Jeudy 20 yd TD pass from Russell Wilson
|Week 5||8.30||Jerry Jeudy 53 receiving yds (5.30 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 6||8.40||Jerry Jeudy 54 receiving yds (5.40 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 7||16.60||Jerry Jeudy 96 receiving yds (9.60 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 7 receptions (7.00 pts)
|Week 8||18.30||Jerry Jeudy 63 receiving yds (6.30 pts)|
Jerry Jeudy 6 receptions (6.00 pts)
Jerry Jeudy 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Jerry Jeudy 6 yd TD pass from Russell Wilson
|Week 13||9.00||3-42yds / 0.3TDs projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Denver Broncos wide receivers Courtland Sutton (illness) and Jerry Jeudy (ankle) are both questionable to play in Week 13 against the Baltimore Ravens, while KJ Hamler (hamstring) has been ruled out. Sutton came down with an illness on Friday and is now up in the air to play Sunday. Jeudy returned to practice on Friday for the first time since Week 10, so he actually has a shot to suit up this weekend. Sutton has been Denver's unquestioned top target with Jeudy missing the last two games, but he now becomes a shaky low-upside WR3/flex due to his illness and the fact that Jeudy may return against Baltimore. If both receivers are out, Kendall Hinton would be the team's top receiver and would warrant consideration as a WR4/flex in deeper leagues. Rookies Montrell Washington and Brandon Johnson would also have expanded roles in the passing game.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) was not practicing on Thursday. Jeudy has yet to practice this week and is trending towards missing his third straight game with an ankle injury in Week 13 when the team takes on the Baltimore Ravens on the road. The 23-year-old last suited up in the Week 10 loss to the Tennessee Titans and was injured early in that contest. If Jeudy misses another game -- KJ Hamler (hamstring) also remains out indefinitely -- Courtland Sutton and Kendall Hinton will continue to serve as Denver's top wideouts. In the Broncos low-scoring offense, only Sutton can realistically be started in standard 12-team leagues.
The Denver Broncos believe they dodged a major injury with wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle), who is being considered day-to-day. There's a chance he will be able to play in Week 11 against the division-rival Las Vegas Raiders. Jeudy injured his ankle early in the Week 10 loss to the Tennessee Titans and was quickly ruled out, but his injury turned out to be mild in nature, so he may not have to miss any time at all. Fantasy managers will want to pay attention to the 23-year-old's practice status this week leading into Sunday's game. Before his injury on Sunday, Jeudy was becoming a better fantasy play with quarterback Russell Wilson looking to him more in previous games. If he's out or limited, Courtland Sutton and Kendall Hinton would be Denver's top two receivers.
Dynasty | Jerry Jeudy received good news following an MRI on his injured ankle. Dynasty Analysis: It appears to be only a strained ligament or muscle on the back of his ankle and his status for week 11 remains undetermined. Definitely good news for fantasy coaches holding Jeudy in that it appears he'll be able to retake the field in short order. The longer term issue remains the wideout's continuing trend of nagging injury but hope springs eternal that the third-year player will quickly put this occurrence in the rear view mirror and complete the season 100% healthy. He's found as a tenuous WR27 on DLF's receiver rankings.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy left the game against the Tennessee Titans after the first play for the offense and was carted to the locker room and quickly ruled out. However, his injury is considered to be mild, a huge sigh of relief for the Broncos as his injury looked like it could be serious. It's too early to know if he'll play against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 11, so fantasy managers will need to monitor his status heading into a favorable matchup for wide receivers. The upside of all Broncos' players is limited in a poor offensive attack, but Jeudy has value as a big-play threat for Russell Wilson.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is getting an MRI exam on his injured ankle on Monday, but the belief is that he strained a muscle behind his ankle in the Week 10 loss to the Tennessee Titans, according to a source. Jeudy couldn't put any pressure on his ankle on Sunday and couldn't run routes, which is why he didn't return to the game after leaving early in the first half. It sounds like there's a very real possibility that Jeudy could miss multiple games, but we'll have a better idea on his timetable once the MRI results come back. The 23-year-old was trending up heading into Sunday's game, catching 13 of 18 targets for 159 yards and a touchdown in two previous games, so it's a tough break for Jeudy and his fantasy managers. If he misses any time, Courtland Sutton and Kendall Hinton would operate as the top two receivers.
The Denver Broncos are hoping that wide receiver Jerry Jeudy's (ankle) injury isn't serious. "We're hoping that we dodged a bullet there," head coach Nathaniel Hackett said. Jeudy was injured early in the Week 10 loss to the Tennessee Titans, was carted to the locker room and never returned. Before leaving the contest, Jeudy failed to reel in his only target from quarterback Russell Wilson. Courtland Sutton dominated the target share (11) with Jeudy banged up, with running back Melvin Gordon III having the second-most targets with six. Fantasy managers will have to keep a close eye on Jeudy's progress next week to see if he'll have a chance of facing the division-rival Las Vegas Raiders in Week 11. If he can't play, Kendall Hinton would likely continue to serve as Denver's No. 2 wideout.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) has been downgraded to out for the remainder of Week 10 against the Tennessee Titans. He suffered the injury on the opening drive and was helped to the medical tent. Jeudy finishes the day with one target and zero catches. Denver will be forced to proceed with Courtland Sutton, Greg Dulcich, and Kendall Hinton as its top pass-catchers.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is questionable to return against the Tennessee Titans in Week 10. He suffered a painful injury on the opening drive and was helped to the medical tent. If he is unable to return, Denver will be forced to proceed with Courtland Sutton, Greg Dulcich, and Kendall Hinton as its top pass-catchers.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy leads the team with three receiving touchdowns and has 13 catches on 18 targets for 159 yards and one touchdown in his two games before last week's bye. He seems to be gaining more trust from quarterback Russell Wilson as the season has progressed, and he'll be facing a Tennessee Titans defense in Week 10 that has allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers this year in half-point PPR setups. The 23-year-old has plenty of after-the-catch ability and is averaging 15.0 yards per catch in eight games this season. Jeudy is trending up more so than teammate Courtland Sutton, and he's just inside the top 35 fantasy wideouts in 2022.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy had team-highs in receptions (six) and targets (seven) while catching 63 yards and a touchdown in the Week 8 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on Sunday. Even with quarterback Russell Wilson back under center, Jeudy stayed productive after catching seven of 11 targets for 96 yards in the Week 7 loss to the New York Jets. The touchdown was the 23-year-old's third of the season, and he leads the team in that category through the air. Don't look now, but Jeudy has gone over 50 receiving yards in five straight games and will enter the Week 9 bye as the more consistent fantasy wideout over teammate Courtland Sutton, who has fallen flat in three straight contests.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy could be available before Tuesday's trade deadline, according to multiple league sources. The New York Giants, who just traded first-rounder Kadarius Toney to the Kansas City Chiefs, have particular interest in Jeudy, according to a league source. Jeudy was a freshman at Alabama in 2017 when Giants head coach Brian Daboll was the offensive coordinator. The Giants are 6-1, but they are still rebuilding and need even more receiver depth now. Jeudy is still on his rookie deal, so he wouldn't cost premium draft picks that the Giants might not be willing to part with. Right now, the Giants are currently rolling with receivers Darius Slayton, rookie Wan'Dale Robinson, Richie James, Davis Sills and Marcus Johnson, so they are in serious need of an upgrade.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is coming off one of his best games of the season in the Week 7 loss to the New York Jets with a season-high seven catches on 11 targets for 96 yards with backup quarterback Brett Rypien under center. It was nice to see out of the 23-year-old, especially since he really hadn't done much since a 100-yard, one-touchdown performance in the season opener. But with quarterback Russell Wilson (hamstring) returning this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, will Jeudy struggle again? He hasn't really been on the same page with Wilson all year, and the Jaguars have been middle of the pack in terms of giving up fantasy points to opposing receivers in 2022. Consider Jeudy a low-upside WR3/flex this weekend.
Most fantasy managers likely had Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy firmly on their benches in the Week 7 matchup with the New York Jets. But with quarterback Brett Rypien filling in for the injured Russell Wilson (hamstring), Jeudy was Rypien's favorite target on the day and led the team in targets (11), receptions (seven) and receiving yards (96) in the 16-9 loss. The 23-year-old appears to have much more chemistry with Rypien than Wilson, and it helped Jeudy's cause that Courtland Sutton was being blanketed most of the game by impressive cornerback Sauce Gardner. It was the 23-year-old's best performance since Week 1. Unless the Broncos offense suddenly flips the script in a hurry, Jeudy will probably continue to be a maddening WR4/flex for fantasy managers.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy led the team in targets (seven) and receiving yards (54) in the Week 6 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on three receptions. Most of his damage came on a 37-yard reception on a broken play deep down the field, and the 23-year-old hasn't really done much for fantasy managers outside of his four-catch, 102-yard, one-touchdown performance in the season opener. He's looked out of sync with quarterback Russell Wilson for most of the year, including on Monday night. Jeudy is second on the team in most receiving categories behind Courtland Sutton, but in what has been one of the worst offenses in football to this point, it's becoming very hard to justify starting Jeudy as your WR3/flex in starting lineups. Jeudy will be hoping to score his third touchdown of the year in Week 7 against the New York Jets.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy led the team in catches (three), targets (seven) and receiving yards (54), but he was held out of the end zone in the 19-16 overtime loss to the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers on Monday night to close out Week 6. It was nice that he led the team in all receiving categories besides touchdowns, but it was another modest performance for fantasy managers in another extremely discombobulated showing by Denver's offense. Most of the 23-year-old's production came on a 37-yard catch, and he once again mostly looked to be on the wrong page with quarterback Russell Wilson on the night. It's becoming extremely hard to trust Jeudy as anything more than a dart-throw WR4/flex in this bad Broncos offense.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy leads the team with two receiving touchdowns this year, but he hasn't done a whole lot outside of his four-catch, 102-yard, one-touchdown performance in the season opener. Jeudy had three catches on eight targets for 53 yards in last week's overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts, and he hasn't been on the same page with quarterback Russell Wilson more often than not through five weeks. In five games, he has 14 receptions on 29 targets for 236 yards and the two scores. On paper, his Monday night matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6 is a good one, but Wilson and the offense start sustaining drives, it's hard to expect much from Jeudy as the No. 2 receiver behind Courtland Sutton. Fantasy managers should consider him a WR3/flex this week.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy was second on the team in receiving in Thursday night's 12-9 overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts, but he had just three catches on eight targets for a pedestrian 53 yards. It didn't help that Denver's offense wasn't able to find the end zone all night in another disappointing performance at home. Fantasy managers were hoping for a lot more after Jeudy's 100-yard performance with a touchdown in the season opener. Since then, he's had just 10 catches on 22 targets for 134 yards and a touchdown in three games. The 23-year-old just hasn't been on the same page with quarterback Russell Wilson yet in the early going. Jeudy will be a WR3 next week against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy caught his second touchdown pass of the season in the Week 4 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. It was a nice bounce-back performance after going for just three catches on nine targets for 28 yards in Weeks 2 and 3. He currently ranks third on the team in catches (11), third in targets (21) and second in yards (183), but he should be a little more involved moving forward with running back Javonte Williams (knee) done for the year. The 23-year-old should be a decent WR3/flex for fantasy managers despite a tough matchup on paper against an Indianapolis Colts defense that is giving up the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game in half-point PPR leagues to opposing wideouts.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy had a nice bounce-back game against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Week 4 loss on Sunday. After two forgettable performances the last two weeks, Jeudy rebounded to catch four of his five targets for 53 yards and his second touchdown of the season in the 32-23 defeat. It looks as though the 23-year-old has gotten over a rib injury that he suffered early in Week 2. Jeudy hasn't seen a ton of a volume in a Broncos offense that has mostly struggled through four games, but he could be in for an increase in looks from quarterback Russell Wilson with running back Javonte Williams (knee) believed to have suffered a serious injury. Jeudy will be an upside WR3 in Week 5 against the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night.