He slide to round two in 2019, and he didn’t play much as a rookie due to a wrist injury. But when he played, he played very well.
We spent some time on Monday morning’s PFT Live talking about Lock’s performance and potential. He has a high ceiling, and he could easily be the guy the Broncos have needed since Peyton Manning retired.
For now, Lock is working his way up the list. A solid and healthy second season could get him a lot higher by 2021.
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