After Jerry Jeudy agreed to terms on his rookie contract Wednesday, the first-round pick marked the day with more than just his first visit to UCHealth Training Center.
In a video posted on his social media accounts, Jeudy announced the news with a celebration of the franchise's history and its legends.
"Broncos Country, I salute the greats," the video says in its caption. "I aspire to be one. That's what I work for, and I'm excited to announce that …" — and then Jeudy says the rest: "… we have agreed to terms."
One of those greats even reached out to him after seeing the video.
With the kind of talent and work ethic we've seen from Jeudy so far, we might see plenty more Mile High Salutes from No. 10 this fall.
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