Could the Denver Broncos be sellers during the trade deadline? That’s what teams around the league believe.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Broncos have been receiving trade calls for pass rusher Bradley Chubb and wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler.
Schefter also indicates that other teams have told him that they do not believe the Broncos will sell low on either of the three players.
Schefter also implies that teams are calling and the Broncos are listening to offers on some of their young players, but want a solid return for all three of them.
The Broncos entered the season with huge expectations after acquiring Russell Wilson from the Seahawks, but the offense ranks last in points per game and the team is struggled to a 2-4 start despite having a strong defense.
Chubb is set to become a free agent this offseason unless the Broncos use the franchise tag on him. The former North Carolina State star five-and-a-half sacks and 20 tackles in six games.
Jerry Jeudy has 290 yards and two touchdowns, but 102 of those yards and one of those touchdowns came in Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks. He has been almost non-existent in the offense ever since.
K.J. Hamler is third on the team with 109 receiving yards, but he only has four catches on seven targets.