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Mile High Morning: Jerry Jeudy releases a route-running mixtape

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Jerry Jeudy knows what the people want: ankle-breaking highlights.

We may not get any against NFL competition for at least a month, but he posted a new highlight reel to his YouTube account on Wednesday that might tide us over until then.

Titled "Route Running," the video displays Jeudy's array of moves to create separation from defensive backs, including some moves against defenders who try to press him at the line of scrimmages.

I, personally, am not sure how much some of these techniques are used at the NFL, but that elusiveness will surely come in handy against any defender.

By the way, did you catch the video of Jeudy working out with Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins recently?

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