Monday update: Bridgewater is in concussion protocols and the Broncos are already planning on starting Drew Lock at QB in Week 16 vs. the Raiders on Sunday, per Chris Mortensen.
The Broncos are planning for Drew Locke to start vs Raiders on Sunday, according to sources, with limited wiggle room.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) December 20, 2021
Teddy Bridgewater is telling teammates, coaches and friends he’s “ok” after spending night in hospital with a concussion. He is in protocol, as reported.
Update: The broadcast is reporting that Bridgewater is going to a local hospital out of precaution, but he does have movement in his extremities. All our positive thoughts are with Bridgewater and his quick recovery.
Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered an injury after elevating and banging his head on the ground after being tackled. He appeared to go limp after hitting the ground and the cart is out to get him.
Bridgewater loaded in cart to chants of Ted-dy. pic.twitter.com/R0Ceav2u2U— Jay Morrison (@JayMorrisonATH) December 19, 2021