Should We Expect Jerry Jeudy to Bounce Back in Cleveland, and Who Will Pick Up the Pieces in Denver?
Image Credit: Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire. Pictured: Jerry Jeudy.

The Denver Broncos have agreed to send Jerry Jeudy to the Cleveland Browns in return for a pair of Day 3 picks in the 2024 draft. After reportedly seeking a second-round pick in return for Jeudy last year, the Broncos are receiving a fifth-round pick (135th overall) and a sixth-round pick (202nd) a year later. With both teams involved heading in opposite directions from an organizational standpoint, the rationale behind the deal makes sense for both sides. Jeudy is going to make close to $13M playing on the fifth-year option of his rookie contract, and he is better suited as part of a team looking to compete, as opposed to a team in the midst of a full-on rebuild. When viewing this trade through a fantasy lens, there are two questions that stand out above all others: which version of Jeudy from the past two seasons should we expect to see in Cleveland, and who is the real winner in this trade?

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