Broncos' Drew Lock (shoulder) expected to miss 2-6 weeks
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock suffered a shoulder injury during Week 2's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and is expected to miss between 2 and 6 weeks.
Lock suffered an AC sprain against the Steelers and will be sidelined for at least two weeks. The exact severity of the injury is unknown, but if Denver determines that he will miss at least three weeks, he could be placed on the injured list. Jeff Driskel stepped in for Lock in Week 2 and would likely continue to start in his absence, assuming the Broncos don't make any moves at the position.
Driskel, in relief of Lock, completed 18 of 34 passes for 256 yards (7.5 per attempt), 2 touchdowns (one to Noah Fant and one to Melvin Gordon), and 1 interception.
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