“A good first game”: Five takeaways from Drew Lock’s Broncos debut (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
The Broncos' offense didn't roll in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. But they didn't turtle, either, which is a positive development for Lock and Co., moving forward.
"It's a typical dislocation,'' Wolfe said in a phone interview with 9NEWS. "Similar to Jano's. It's a six-to-eight-week injury. No surgery. I should get all my range of motion back and everything. They told me it could have been a lot worse."
Drewcember? Lock needs to develop, earn title of Broncos' QB of future (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Fangio was asked Monday if Lock had the "athletic arrogance" the coach has said is an important part of a QB's makeup. "I said it would take games, games plural. I think he did fine [Sunday]. I really do. After watching the tape and seeing it all, where you can rewind it, he missed some throws, from an accuracy standpoint, some reads, but I think overall it was a good first game for him and I think anything more than that would be stretching it."