Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy hauled in 52 receptions for 856 receiving yards in 2020, marking the second-highest totals in those categories by a rookie in franchise history.
Jeudy aims to post even bigger numbers in 2021, and he’ll work with quarterback Drew Lock this offseason to improve their chemistry.
“During the offseason, you want to have a lot of repetition,” Jeudy said on Jan. 3. Lock hopes to get teammates together for unofficial practices this spring, if COVID-19 regulations allow it.
“I feel like each and every day we built a lot of chemistry throughout the whole season,” Jeudy said. “It’s going to mean a lot [to work together]. You get a lot of repetition with each other during the offseason so you can build that chemistry up and just keep working until the season begins.”
Jeudy’s plan to work with Lock might be upended if the Broncos’ new general manager brings in a new quarterback. Regardless of whether it’s Lock or someone else, it’s probably safe to assume Jeudy will spend a lot of time with Denver’s presumed starting QB this offseason.