Panthers Trading Teddy Bridgewater To Broncos

Drew Lock now has some serious competition for his starting quarterback job in Denver. The Broncos’ new general manager George Paton acquired veteran QB Teddy Bridgewater from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft.

Paton has said since he succeeded John Elway that he wanted to bring in competition for Lock, who is 8-10 in his two years Denver’s starter.

Paton might also draft a quarterback in the first round Thursday night.

The Broncos own the ninth overall pick and have had their eyes on several of the quarterbacks in this draft class.

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