Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy (hamstring) expected to play Sunday vs. Commanders

Jerry Jeudy, who suffered a hamstring injury in late August, is expected to make his season debut on Sunday against the Washington Commanders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Friday’s edition of The Insiders on NFL+.

“It did seem like the Denver Broncos were really cautious with Jerry Jeudy,” Rapoport said. “I don’t think he could’ve gone last week, but maybe if he stretched it. But no, they held back. They said, you know what, we want this guy to be full strength. The fact that he was a full participant on Thursday is a very good sign for him being able to play on Sunday. … I imagine he’s gonna have a huge, huge impact in stretching this offense.”


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