It sure looks like Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is keeping a positive attitude despite sustaining an ankle injury during Sunday's game against the New York Giants.
The second-year wideout suffered from a high ankle sprain during the third quarter of the contest at MetLife Stadium. While further testing revealed no fracture in his right ankle, the sprain will still sideline Jeudy for about four to six weeks.
Of course Broncos fans were quick to show their support to the 22-year-old, with some even saying they would give their own ankles to Jeudy if they can just to see him play again and avoid a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
After seeing the reactions and support of the fans, Jeudy took to Twitter to show his appreciation and thank everyone for the ankle donations.
Appreciate y’all for all the ankle donations lol
— Jerry Jeudy⁴ (@jerryjeudy) September 13, 2021
It's certainly great to see Jerry Jeudy in good spirits despite the concerning injury. Four to six weeks is a huge chunk of the season, but the Broncos youngster appears determined to get back sooner rather than later. He expressed as much in another social media post, this time on Instagram:
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Broncos fans are certainly hoping for the best in Jeudy's recovery. The team won their showdown against the Giants on Sunday, 27-13, but they will need their rising wideout if they want to get back to the playoffs and remove the memories of their brutal 5-11 season in 2020.
The ankle donations are certainly awesome gestures, something that will help Jeudy keep a great outlook as he tries to get back to the field for Denver.