With all Denver Broncos quarterbacks ineligible to play on Sunday due to COVID-19 contact tracing, the team turns elsewhere. They’ll turn to former Wake Forest wide receiver Kendall Hinton. Starting quarterback Drew Lock, who is one of the quarterbacks ineligible against the New Orleans Saints, decided to own up to the mistake with COVID-19. Lock and other quarterbacks were reportedly not wearing masks at the time of exposure. Lock released a statement on Sunday ahead of the game. “As a proud member of the Denver Broncos, I can attest that our entire team has taken the COVID-10 pandemic seriously, following all the rules to keep each other safe,” Lock said in a statement. “We’re tested daily, get quick results, and are confident our facility is a safe environment for everyone. “In a controlled and socially distanced area, we let our masking slip for a limited amount of time. An honest mistake, but one I will own. I sincerely apologize and I fully understand why these safety precautions are so important. Doing the right thing for a majority of the time is not good enough. I pray for teammates’ health, safety and success today. I look forward to getting back on… Read full this story
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