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Wilson will join a team with young wide receivers hungry to break out and start winning games in the highly competitive AFC West division
One of those wide receivers, Jerry Jeudy, is looking forward to how much Wilson could help him.
“He could help me a lot. He’s a great quarterback – a Hall of Fame [caliber] quarterback that came to the offense as a leader. [He’s] getting me better as well. He’s going to help me a lot this year,” Jeudy told reporters Wednesday.
“Just the energy. [He’s] always uplifting guys and always motivating guys to go out there and keep working hard. On the off days when you don’t feel like working or doing anything, he’s the guy that comes up [to you] and gets your mind right for it. That’s a great guy to be around.”
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.
Denver finished 7-10 and let go of head coach Vic Fangio at the end of the season. The team hired Nathaniel Hackett to replace him.