The Denver Broncos made wide receiver Jerry Jeudy available for trade during the 2022 season in October and November, but were unable to find a deal that met their requirements.
According to a report by Sports Illustrated Albert Breer, no team was willing to pay the price that the Broncos were asking for Jeudy, which is why he remained with the team for the duration of the season.
#Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy was "available for trade" in October and November of this past season.
He wasn't traded because "No one was willing to give Denver what it would take to get him." according to @AlbertBreer
It remains to be seen what will be their approach this offseason. pic.twitter.com/Bgs4v60BxC
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It’s not uncommon for teams to explore the possibility of trading players who may not fit into their long-term plans, and it appears that the Broncos may have felt that Jeudy was expendable at the time.
However, if they were unable to find a deal that met their expectations, it’s possible that they will reconsider their approach now under a new coaching staff and may opt to keep Jeudy as part of their roster.
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It remains to be seen what the Broncos’ plans are for Jeudy heading into the offseason, but it’s clear that they have at least considered the possibility of trading him.
Whether or not they decide to revisit that idea in the coming months will depend on a variety of factors, including Jeudy’s the team’s overall goals and priorities.