Jerry Jeudy Contract, Salary and Net Worth

In the National Football League, Jerry Davarus Jeudy plays wide receiver for the Denver Broncos. As a sophomore in college football in 2018,

he played for Alabama and was recognized as the best wide receiver in the country with the Fred Biletnikoff Award.

The Denver Broncos picked him up with the fifteenth overall pick in the NFL Draft the year after. At Deerfield Beach High School in Deerfield Beach, Florida, Jeudy was a star football player.

Their high school (2016) saw him finish with 76 catches for 1,054 yards and 15 touchdowns. As a five-star recruit,

Jeudy ranked third among wide receivers and twenty-first among all prospects, according to the 247Sports Composite.

He made it known to the world on July 28th, 2016 that he would be attending the University of Alabama to play college football. Jeudy caught 14 passes for 264 yards and two scores as a freshman.

He was named to the preseason All-SEC Third Team during SEC Media Day. Jeudy had surgery to address a meniscus injury he had the year prior in the spring of 2018, right before the start of his sophomore season.

With 1,315 receiving yards, he was second in the SEC behind Ole Miss’s A. J. Brown. He caught 139 passes for a touchdown in Alabama’s 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship Game victory over Clemson.

Jerry Jeudy Contract

The Denver Broncos and Jerry Jeudy agreed to a 4-year, $15,192,974 contract, with a $8,609,436 signing bonus, $15,192,974 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $3,798,244.


Jeudy will have a basic salary of $1,991,179 in 2022 along with a $4,143,538 cap hit and $4,672,948 in dead cap value.

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