The Broncos have actually agreed to terms with first round draft pick Jerry Jeudy. The rookie pass receiver’s four-year offer is worth $15.192 million with an $8.61 million signing perk. Jeudy will obtain 71 percent of his signing bonus offer up front.
As with all first-round picks, the contract consists of a fifth-year team choice.
Jeudy is the nine member of the Broncos’ 2020 draft class to accept terms. Michael Ojemudia, Lloyd Cushenberry III, McTevlin Agim, Albert Okwuegbunam, Justin Strnad, Netane Muti, Tyrie Cleveland, as well as Derrek Tuszka agreed to terms previously in the week. The only newbie from the draft class who has yet to accept terms is second round pass receiver KJ Hamler.
Jeudy tweeted a video showing highlights from the Broncos stars’ of the past, as well as claimed with a big smile at the end of the video clip “We’ve accepted terms. Yes sir!”
Broncos Country … we have news pic.twitter.com/pNcpBXsN55
— Jerry Jeudy ⁴ (@jerryjeudy) July 23, 2020
If McManus Breaks NFL Field Goal Record, Bud Light Will Give Everyone 21+ A Free Beer
Bear in mind the scene from in 2015? It was the final min of the very first half throughout the Chargers video game at Mile High. Brandon McManus thought he was going to have a shot at kicking the lengthiest field goal in NFL background.
Coach Vic Fangio had other suggestions as well as McManus was none also delighted about them. Currently, McManus has partnered with Bud Light– and also if he beats the NFL record of a 64-yard field goal this season, everybody in Denver (21+) obtains a complimentary beer!
The record for lengthiest field goal in NFL history was established by former Bronco Matt Prater. He made the 64-yard field goal at the end of the very first fifty percent on Dec. 8, 2013.
Exactly How J.J. Watt Would Fit In With The Denver Broncos
The Houston Texans released defensive lineman J.J. Watt early Friday early morning. With the three-time Defensive Player of the Year now a free agent, just how would certainly Watt fit in with the Denver Broncos?
The Broncos have $32.07 million in cap space, according to Over The Cap. The Broncos might add $11.8 million to the cap if they release five-time Pro Bowl defensive deal with Jurrell Casey.