The Denver Broncos are pleased that Drew Lock will be able to spend a full season as a starter in 2020, although they have limited opportunities in the low season due to the coronavirus. Although he hasn’t been on the team for over a month, Jeff Driskel Locke already gives training tips.
Jeff sent me some of his training, some shoulders [and] handpieces he uses to stay in shape, Locke said in a recent interview with Phil Milani on the team’s official website. I’m starting to do it.
The coronavirus pandemic interrupted the activities of the NFL teams during the off-season. As a result, Locke didn’t have a chance to do what he had imagined during the off-season.
In fact, the Broncos’ sophomore quarterback planned to hold pitching sessions in early April. But because of the coronavirus outbreak that made the trip dangerous, Locke had to cancel those sessions.
Just before the start of the free agency, the Broncos released Joe Flacco, making Locke the only quarterback on the Denver roster. The Broncos brought in Jeff Driskel to replace Flacco, who spent last season with the Detroit Lions.
When he arrives, Driskel Locke helps to find ways to make the most of his time in quarantine. Despite his fifth season in the NFL, Driskel is a coveted veteran of the Broncos. It is in any case a positive sign that Driskel and Locke already have a conversation outside the field.
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