The Broncos have a plan. They'll stick with it unless and until circumstances dictate otherwise.
Where are the Broncos in their evaluation process of Drew Lock?
Vic Fangio weighed in on Monday, a day after Lock posted a 149.5 passer rating.
The Broncos didn't have a gunslinger at quarterback on Sunday. Instead, they had the best quarterback in the NFL in Week 14 thanks in large part to Drew Lock taking the advice of No. 4 and No. 7.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — On Wednesday, Drew Lock reunited with his teammates at the UCHealth Training Center for the first time since being pulled from Saturday’s practice. The Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback, along with every other quarterback in the organization, was deemed ineligible to play Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints after the NFL ruled them to be high-risk close…...
The Broncos are considering disciplining their quarterbacks for not following COVID-19 protocols.
"Everything is on the table" when it comes to the potential discipline, according to Vic Fangio.
After losing 31-3, Vic Fangio was disappointed in his quarterbacks and himself for the situation the Broncos were in on Sunday.
Here's the event that led to Denver having to play an NFL game without a single quarterback.
Drew Lock took a positive step on Thursday to be able to play against the Dolphins.
He also made it clear he wants to play.
With a wait-and-see approach, Vic Fangio described what he needs to see from Drew Lock throughout the week for the 24-year old to play against the No. 5 scoring defense in the NFL.
Drew Lock doesn’t have any broken ribs, and for the him and the Broncos, that will elicit sighs of relief. But should he play this week?
It's no secret Drew Lock is trending in the right direction to play on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
After his second straight full practice on Thursday, Vic Fangio added to that optimism.
Drew Lock had a full practice workload Wednesday. He threw with zip and vigor. When viewed from a distance, he showed no signs of discomfort.
The NFL gave the Denver Broncos 24 more hours to see if Drew Lock can be healthy enough to play in Week 5 after the league moved their game against the New England Patriots from Sunday to Monday.
The Broncos are taking that extra time and running with it.
The sight of No. 3 slinging the ball around at practice was unquestionably a positive sign for his potential availability against the New England Patriots.
But Lock being able to throw a football without pain will only be part of the equation on whether or not the Broncos will have their starting quarterback return after suffering a badly bruised shoulder in Week 2.
When practice opened Wednesday, camera lenses and the eyes of reporters zeroed in on Drew Lock. Meanwhile, Brett Rypien went about his work. It's all he can do.
The Broncos did not place Drew Lock on the injured reserve in hopes he would miss fewer than three games. If he is able to play on Sunday, their gamble would pay off in a big way.
A lot rides on Drew Lock's health moving forward. But there's a 50-50 chance the Broncos will get their starting quarterback back for their next game.
After leading the Broncos to their first win of the season, Rypien is poised to be their quarterback at least for another game, right?
Not so fast.
There are six 0-3 teams in the NFL entering Week 4. Two of them, the Jets and the Broncos, faceoff in a primetime matchup on Thursday night where one team will, likely, come away with their first victory of the season.
In a new series at DNVR, former Denver Bronco and CU Buff Matt McChesney gets on the whiteboard to show you what exactly was the turning point for the Denver Broncos in their most recent game, good or bad. This week, McChesney dices into the issue the plagued Jeff Driskel’s short time as a starter for the Broncos and explains…