Drew Lock is getting his chance to prove to the Denver Broncos he should be their franchise quarterback. Unfortunately, Lock has two rookie wide receivers that are expected to be behind the 8-ball in developing chemistry with their quarterback, thanks to the lack of in-person offseason work.
Lock still is finding ways to connect with one of his rookie wideouts, throwing to first-round pick Jerry Jeudy at a Denver-area field, per Mike Klis of 9News in Denver. The Broncos didn't have offseason minicamp due to facilities being shut down from the coronavirus pandemic, which means a greater deal for the offense since the team's first two draft picks were two receivers, Jeudy and K.J. Hamler. Both players are expected to be two of the team's top pass-catchers, even with the shortened offseason.