Rumor: Broncos deal Jerry Jeudy to Browns for selections.

Jerry Jeudy, a receiver for the Denver Broncos, has reportedly been traded to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for selected players in the fifth and sixth rounds, as reported by the NFL Network.

Reportedly, the Browns made an unsuccessful attempt to acquire Jeudy prior to the trade deadline that occurred during the previous season.

The Broncos and the Browns were able to execute a trade despite the fact that free agency and the beginning of the new league year were approaching.

There will be no official announcement of the deal until Wednesday, which is the day that free agency officially begins.

To assist in the process of clearing cap space, Denver is now engaged in a ferocious housecleaning. Based on the information provided by Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports, this transaction clears $13 million.

In 2022, Jeudy, who was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in 2020, had his best season to date

 He finished the year with 67 receptions, 972 yards, and six touchdowns, all of which were career highs. During the previous season, his numbers went down.

Amari Cooper, Elijah Moore, and Jeudy are the three receivers that are now a part of the Browns' receiver room. Cooper was acquired from the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a fifth-round pick, and Moore was acquired by the Browns in exchange for a second-round pick.