Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy makes great first impression

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Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy makes great first impression

Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy took the field at the team’s headquarters in Englewood and immediately impressed Friday.
A Denver Broncos employee puts up a cutout of Fred Fleming, the team’s long-time handler of players, before drills at training camp Friday in Englewood. Fleming is not allowed at practices this year because of the new coronavirus.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller takes part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons, right, listens to defensive backs coach Renaldo Hill during a break in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock, right, confers with guard Austin Schlottmann as they take part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb, left, takes part in a drill with linebacker Justin Hollins at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson takes part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.

Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy makes great first impression

Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy took the field at the team’s headquarters in Englewood and immediately impressed Friday.
A Denver Broncos employee puts up a cutout of Fred Fleming, the team’s long-time handler of players, before drills at training camp Friday in Englewood. Fleming is not allowed at practices this year because of the new coronavirus.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller takes part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons, right, listens to defensive backs coach Renaldo Hill during a break in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock, right, confers with guard Austin Schlottmann as they take part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb, left, takes part in a drill with linebacker Justin Hollins at training camp Friday in Englewood.
Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson takes part in drills at training camp Friday in Englewood.
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C Austin Schlottmann and RT Jake Rodgers “are in the hunt, both for starting jobs and making the team,” head coach Vic Fangio said. ... Teams weren’t allowed to bring in free agents until a few days ago, so 12th-year tackle Demar Dotson is way behind in the playbook. “Certainly he has the license and the permit to win a starting job if he can. But that remains to be seen. It’s going to take us a little while here to find out where he’s at.”

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