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Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy completed a full practice for the first time since Aug. 24 on Thursday, putting Denver's No. 1 wide receiver in line to play this weekend.
Jeudy, 24, caught 67 passes for 972 yards and six touchdowns last season and was touted by head coach Sean Payton as a top target in the new offense.
Payton said Jeudy nearly played in Week 1, but the team kept him out of the loss to the Las Vegas Raiders as a precaution. In August, Jeudy limped out of joint practices with the Los Angeles Rams favoring his right leg. His status was a major concern with wide receiver Tim Patrick (torn Achilles) lost for the season on July 31.
Jeudy has 157 catches for 2,295 yards and nine touchdowns in 41 games (33 starts) since the Broncos selected him 15th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.
--Field Level Media