Jeudy excited about Broncos' potential with Wilson: 'We've got all the pieces'
"Every detail matters with (Wilson)," Jeudy said, according to Troy Renck of Denver7 News. "You learn a lot, just how hard he works and how focused he is when he's on the field and on the board."
Jeudy added: "I feel like we are going to be a very explosive team. I feel like we've got all the pieces we needed, so we've just gotta put it together, and I am excited that is going to happen."
Wilson, a former Super Bowl champion, brings leadership and stability to the Broncos after spending 10 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle traded the nine-time Pro Bowl passer to the Broncos for a bevy of picks that included two first-round selections.
Meanwhile, Jeudy is looking to bounce back after experiencing a series of setbacks last season. The 2020 first-round selection missed seven games in his second year due to an ankle injury and time spent on the COVID-19 list. He tallied 38 receptions for 467 yards and zero touchdowns while averaging 12.3 yards per catch.
The Alabama product is hopeful that with Wilson under center, he can surpass his totals from a promising rookie season in 2020. He recorded 52 receptions for 856 yards and three touchdowns in his first year.
Jeudy also shared that he is healthy ahead of training camp after missing OTAs with a strained groin. The 23-year-old wideout is expected to be a key figure in a Broncos' pass-catching group that features Courtland Sutton, KJ Hamler, and Tim Patrick.
Denver is aiming to improve its 7-10 record from last season. The AFC West club hired Nathaniel Hackett as its head coach after parting ways with Vic Fangio. The former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator will attempt to elevate Denver's 211.4 passing yards per game and 10.9 yards per reception averages from last year.