Broncos injuries: WR Jerry Jeudy limited at Wednesday’s practice

Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (hamstring) was back on the field Wednesday. After practice, coach Sean Payton said Juedy was limited.

Jeudy suffered a hamstring injury and was carted off the practice field on Aug. 24. At the time, Jeudy was given a recovery timeline of “several weeks.” Thursday will mark exactly two weeks since the injury.

If Jeudy is held out of Sunday’s season opener against the Las Vegas Raiders, the next options at WR would be Courtland Sutton, rookie Marvin Mims and Brandon Johnson.

Denver also has three receivers on the practice squad: Lil’Jordan Humphrey, Phillip Dorsett and David Sills. The Broncos can elevate two players from the practice squad to the game-day roster each week.

Denver’s full injury report with participation statuses will be released by the team later today.

Story originally appeared on Broncos Wire