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May 29—To find out what exactly Drew Lock has been doing this offseason, one might have to wait until he publishes a book about it years later, according to Lock.

The Broncos quarterback has been radio silent since the 2020-21 season ended. He’s stayed off social media and the only interview he’s done in the last five months was on the first day of organized team activities, Monday. He is focusing instead on improving his game — something the Broncos desperately need to happen as an organization, as well as Lock personally. Because after 18 career starts for Lock, the Broncos decided to bring in veteran Teddy Bridgewater to compete for the starting spot.

And if Lock wants to win that competition, it didn’t just start with OTAs, but in January the moment the season ended.