Jerry Jeudy of the Broncos has high expectations for Russell Wilson: “He will help me a lot this year”

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the Denver Broncos made one of the most interesting moves of the off-season when the team landed Russel Wilson from Seattle Seahawks.

Wilson will join a squad with young wide receivers hungry to burst and start winning games in the highly competitive AFC West division

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Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson addresses the press at UCHealth Training Center on March 16, 2022 in Englewood, Colorado.

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson addresses the press at UCHealth Training Center on March 16, 2022 in Englewood, Colorado.
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One of those large receivers, Jerry Jeudyhe can’t wait to know how much Wilson could help him.

“He could help me a lot. He’s a great quarterback, a Hall of Fame [caliber] quarterback who came on the attack as a leader. [He’s] making me feel better. It will help me a lot this year, ”Jeudy told reporters on Wednesday.

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Denver Broncos’ new starting quarterback Russell Wilson is joined by head coach Nathaniel Hackett, right, and general manager George Paton on March 16, 2022, at the team’s headquarters in Englewood, Colorado.
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“Only the energy. [He’s] always uplifting guys and always motivating guys to go out there and keep working hard. On rest days when you don’t feel like working or doing anything, he’s the guy who comes out [to you] and make your mind right for it. He’s a great guy to be with. “

Jeudy was hampered by an ankle injury for most of the season.

He played in 10 games and had 38 catches for 467 yards and failed to score a touchdown.

Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy prior to the Washington Football Team game at Empower Field at Mile High on Oct.31, 2021, in Denver.

Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy prior to the Washington Football Team game at Empower Field at Mile High on Oct.31, 2021, in Denver.
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Denver finished 7-10 and at the end of the season he let go of manager Vic Fangio. The team hired Nathaniel Hackett to replace him.

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