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Teddy Bridgewater OUT with concussion; Drew Lock playing second half

More bad news for the Denver Broncos down 17-7 at halftime to the Baltimore Ravens as quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is being evaluated for a concussion.

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UPDATE 4:18 PM: Early into the third quarter, the Denver Broncos ruled Bridgewater out for the game with a concussion. Denver will have to play the rest of the game without their starting quarterback.

Original Story: The hits from the second quarter keep on coming for the Denver Broncos. After giving up 17 unanswered points to the Baltimore Ravens and taking a 17-7 deficit into halftime, the team announced that Teddy Bridgewater was out and being evaluated for a concussion.

Bridgewater did not come out of the locker room after halftime and it was reported that Drew Lock was warming up on the sidelines. Bridgewater finished the first half 7 of 16 for 65 yards and a touchdown, but looked uncomfortable the entire first half and was off target a lot of his throws.

We’ll update this post as we learn more about Bridgewater’s status for the second half of this game.