Former Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy might be the answer to fixing the Denver Broncos’ concerns of limited draft capital. How so? By putting him on the trade market.

According to ESPN, Jeudy could be traded for draft compensation prior to the 2023 NFL Draft, which is set to kick off on April 27 in Kansas City. Per the report, Broncos general manager George Paton has expressed interest in getting back into the first or second round following trades for quarterback Russell Wilson and coach Sean Payton.

Currently, Denver isn’t slated to select until picks No. 67 and No. 68 in the third round.

A former 1st-round pick, Jeudy has yet to live up to the Day 1 hype as a game-changing receiver, but he’s been a high-end No. 2 in an offense that’s been looking for consistent quarterback plays since Peyton Manning retired in 2016. Last season, Jeudy posted career-highs in receptions (67), receiving yards (972) and touchdowns (6).

According to the report, multiple teams have contacted Denver about Jeudy’s availability but were turned away due to the asking price. A premier route-runner that thrived as the go-to weapon for Tide in 2018 and 19, Denver has been persistent about getting a first or second-round pick in return.

Denver must decide by May 1 — 2 days following draft weekend — if it will pick up Jeudy’s fifth-year option, keeping him under contract through the 2024 season.