Adam Schefter says Broncos turned down 3rd and 5th round picks for Jerry Jeudy

The Denver Broncos stood pat at the NFL trade deadline earlier this week, choosing to not trade away any players despite their 3-5 record.

The Broncos did receive calls about several players, including an interesting offer for wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

During an interview with Mark Schlereth on 104.3 The Fan on Thursday, Schefter said, “I believe they got offered a three and five” for Jeudy.

Without knowing which team the offer came from, it’s impossible to guess how high or low that third-round pick is expected to end up.

Schefter also said the Broncos got calls about cornerback Pat Surtain, but teams “never came close” to the Jalen Ramsey package from 2019 (two first-round picks and a fourth-round pick), which Denver would have wanted “and then some.”

Schefter additionally said the team received inquiries about center Lloyd Cushenberry, wide receiver Courtland Sutton and safety Justin Simmons, but none of the offers tempted Denver’s front office.

So, the Broncos go into their bye week with the roster in tact and six picks available to use in the 2024 NFL draft in April.

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