X-Ray Results Are In For Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy


So it turns out that Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy’s injury was not as bad as it originally seemed in real time.

Jeudy went down in the third quarter of today’s win over the New York Giants with what looked like an ugly and graphic injury. The 2020 first-round pick wound up being carted to the locker room.

Fortunately for Jeudy and the Broncos, it seems the former Alabama star avoided the worst-case scenario. According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Jeudy suffered a high-ankle sprain.

Replays of the injury (don’t look if you’re squeamish) seemed to indicate it was a fracture or dislocation injury, so this is good news.

Jeudy was having a strong day before getting hurt. He recorded six receptions for 72 yards in two-plus quarters of play.

While Denver will be without Jeudy for a while as he heals, they do have a well-stocked receiving corps, which includes KJ Hamler, Tim Patrick and Courtland Sutton.

Led by a stout defense and an efficient game from Teddy Bridgewater (28-of-36, 255 yards and two touchdowns), the Broncos moved to 1-0 with a 27-13 win over the Giants in New Jersey. They’ll look to move to 2-0 against the Jacksonville Jaguars next weekend.


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