May 20, 2022

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Broncos lose a total of 4 QBs to COVID-19 protocols

Broncos lose a total of 4 QBs to COVID-19 protocols

All four Denver Broncos Ineligible to face quarterbacks New Orleans Saints Sunday due to COVID-19 protocols.

Drew Lock, Brett Ripion, And Blake Portals Considered high-risk close acquaintances Jeff Driskell, Team Announced Saturday. While Driskel tested positive on Thursday, his fellow quarterbacks had to step aside for not wearing masks. Adam Schifter of ESPN.

The Broncos will not give up competition, a source said Schifter, And the game was not postponed.

With the league reviewing contact tracing, the NFL instructed the Broncos to remove Lock, Ripion and Bortels from the practice field on Saturday before the session began.

Possibly used by Denver Kendall Hinton – Practice squad wide receiver who played quarterback in Wake Forest – on an emergency basis Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

The third string runs backwards Royce Freeman Considered an emergency quarterback of the Broncos and snaps can also be taken 9 Mike Kliss of News.

Former UCF passer Rob Calabres, who graduated in 2012 and has been working as an offensive quality control coach for Denver, led the charge in practice on Saturday. The NFL does not allow Broncos to sign Calabrases to the active list Kliss. Denver cannot sign a free agent because of the mandatory five-day incubation period in the light of the epidemic.

All the news broke while Saints was on a flight to Denver.