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Broncos QB Drew Lock out against the Steelers with a right shoulder injury

The Broncos young QB left the game after getting sacked by Bud Dupree.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers may have to adjust their defensive strategy for the remainder of their Week 2 game against Denver as Broncos’ starting quarterback Drew Lock has been taken to the locker room with a right shoulder injury and is questionable to return.

Lock injured his shoulder on a play where he was sacked from behind by Steelers outside linebacker Bud Dupree. Dupree also forced a fumble on the play which was recovered by Mike Hilton.

Lock was nearly sacked first by T.J. Watt only to escape and get tackled by Dupree. The Steelers subsequently finished off the drive which began with the turnover with a James Conner touchdown.

Lock has been replaced by backup quarterback Jeff Driskel. Driskel has appeared in 12 games in the NFL consisiting of nine games with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018 and three games with the Detroit Lions in 2019. In his career, Driscoll has a record of 1-7 as a starter and has 10 touchdowns and six interceptions in all of his appearances.

Stay tuned to BTSC for continued coverage throughout the Steelers Week 2 matchup with the Denver Broncos.

UPDATE: Drew Lock has now been ruled out for the remainder of the game.