Former Alabama star wide receiver, Jerry Jeudy has been very active since becoming a member of the Denver Broncos.

Jeudy was drafted by the Broncos at pick #15 and has the potential to make some considerable noise, with an offense that was one of the worst in the league for the 2019 season.

According to a tweet from Mike Klis of 9news in Denver, Jeudy has already been putting in some work with his starting quarterback, Drew Lock.

The Broncos’ headquarters remains closed due to COVID-19, but that hasn't stopped the duo from getting some chemistry with one another.

Lock and Jeudy are both extremely young players who could use their SEC experience to turn the AFC west on its head.

Not only has Jeudy been active on the field, but he's also been busy off the field. Jeudy and 50 of his teammates, led a peaceful march  thorough out the streets of downtown Denver. Among the players taking part was former Alabama cornerback Kareem Jackson.

Broncos coaches and staff also showed up in attendance to support the players and their cause.

The shirts worn by members of the Broncos during their march were designed by Jackson, Locke was quick to credit Jackson and linebacker Todd Davis for getting the team into action.

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