Jerry Jeudy
Jerry Jeudy holds a grim future with the Denver Broncos, a reason why other NFL teams may be exploring options of acquiring him. Cooper Neill/Getty Images


  • Teams will try to reel in some Broncos players as their NFL season continues to sputter
  • Nathaniel Hackett is under fire for failing to lead the Broncos
  • Two key pieces in their rotation are unlikely to be part of Broncos' future

The Denver Broncos are left in a bind, and it comes as no surprise that NFL teams are showing interest in some of their players.

According to ESPN, at least three players have gotten interests, with the 2022-23 NFL season of the Broncos spiraling.

The three players who have reportedly gained interest are edge rusher Bradley Chubb as well as wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler.

However, Denver will reportedly not sell low and will look at the best offers on the table should NFL teams push for a trade.

Things have not gone according to plan for the Broncos who appear hapless under new coach Nathaniel Hackett.

This is despite having quarterback Russell Wilson in the mix.

Hackett has failed to get the Broncos humming as his game management moves have proven to be a disaster so far.

The team has not blended well as most had hoped, and this has rubbed off on players such as Wilson.

The Super Bowl champion quarterback has failed to deliver the performance most saw for him when he was still with the Seattle Seahawks.

His situation grew from bad to worse after the 33-year-old play-caller suffered a partially-torn hamstring injury, one that will keep him on the sidelines for several weeks.

Beyond that, the fact is that Wilson has failed to form good chemistry with Jeudy and Hamler aside from pass-catcher Courtland Sutton.

Given that Sutton and Tim Patrick were given contract extensions, the understanding right now is that Jeudy or Hamler holds a murky future with the Broncos.

Hence, this could be the reason why other NFL teams are exploring options of possibly snagging the two wide receivers.

On the other hand. Chubb has been playing well alongside Randy Gregory and Baron Browning.

He holds a fifth-year option with Denver and pundits feel that the 26-year-old outside linebacker will explore options–possibly a long-term deal by the end of the current NFL season.

The Pro Bowler has gotten his share of injuries throughout his career. But when he is healthy, Chubbs has proven to be effectively producing each time he takes the field/

The Broncos suffered their fourth-straight loss, a 16-9 beating at the hands of the New York Jets on Sunday, October 23.

With Wilson out, Denver relied on Brett Rypien.

Unfortunately, Denver struggled to find the end zone, something they have managed to only accomplish eight times in seven games.

Bradley Chubb
Bradley Chubb holds a fifth-year option with the Denver Broncos and is expected to explore the market after this NFL season. Justin Edmonds/Getty Images