Pat Shurmur enters his second season as offensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos in 2021. He was hired by the club on Jan. 14, 2020.
Drew Lock, Teddy Bridgewater lay strong foundations, but Broncos' QB competition is only beginning
"… If you're going to put a percentage on … the evaluation and comparing [OTAs with training camp and the preseason], [it's] two to three percent these last few weeks," Head Coach Vic Fangio said. "The rest of the 97, 98 percent of it is yet to come."
'We're all going to have to grow': OC Pat Shurmur shares thoughts on Drew Lock, offense in early stages of training camp
Lock's decision-making has been solid, his accuracy improved and his footwork relatively consistent. After posting a 4-1 record, all signs indicate that Lock should be able to take a step forward from his rookie campaign.
'That's how you move the ball': HC Vic Fangio, OC Pat Shurmur outline common goal for Broncos' offense
"Contrary to the stereotype that is always out there, [that a] defensive head coach wants to ground and pound and counts a pitch to the halfback as a pass, that is not me," Fangio said Thursday. "I like to be aggressive."