Denver – Wide recipient of former coaching team Kendall Hinton The team’s regular opening quarterback warmed up at the Empower Field on Mile High to start the quarterback on Sunday for the Denver Broncos. True Lock, Was taken to social media to apologize for a “mistake” in following the NFL’s Govt-19 protocol.
Lock, Brett Ribean And Blake Portals, Said everyone on the training team was removed from practice on Saturday and asked to be isolated after being appointed as “high-risk” close contact with quarterback Jeff Triskell, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
Lock admitted Sunday that the quarterbacks did not follow the league’s guidelines for masks when the quarterbacks were in a meeting together.
“In a restricted and socially remote area, we let our mask slip for a while. An honest mistake, but I will own it,” Lock said. Wrote in a statement. “I truly apologize and I fully understand why these safety precautions are so important. Doing the right thing most of the time is not enough.
“I pray today for the health, safety and success of my team. I look forward to being back on the field next week. Go to Francois.”
Locke, Ribbon and Portils did not experience symptoms and tested negative as they were last in a meeting with Triskel on Wednesday. Triskel’s positive test result came back on Thursday morning and he was transferred to the Reserve / Govt-19 list.
The third game to miss the lock this season is Sunday; He was out for two games (and a third) with a right shoulder injury earlier this season.