Drew Lock’s used to trying to dodge defensive linemen, but flying lug nuts is a different issue altogether.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol’s Twitter account, the Denver Broncos quarterback’s windshield fended off a wayward lug nut that flew across the median.
Safe travels the rest of your way across Kansas @DrewLock23 👍
Crazy having a (lug-nut) fly across the median striking your windshield and nearly go through it!
Glad your #seatbelt was fastened. 👍
Have a safe season now and into the future. #ServiceCourtesyProtection 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/DXDLon2l0Y
Lock’s windshield’s going to need to be replaced by the looks of it, but he was all smiles in a picture with officers after the scare.
You never know who you can help as a @kshighwaypatrol Trooper.
Today it was @DrewLock23 (Denver Broncos-QB) 🙂
Join us ➡️ https://t.co/1vkdPVOqiC
Headed into a competition for QB1 with Teddy Bridgewater when training camp begins later in July, Lock’s run-in with an unruly auto part might well have him battle ready.
The second-round pick out of Missouri’s entering his third NFL season and coming off a campaign in which he threw for 2,933 yards, 16 touchdowns and a league-worst 15 interceptions in 13 starts.
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