Sources: Broncos' Lock (shoulder) out 2-6 weeks

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Jeff Legwold

Close ESPN Senior Writer Covered Broncos for nine years for Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News Previously covered Steelers, Bills and Titans Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame Board
of Selectors since 1999

Adam Schefter

Close ESPN Senior Writer ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books

Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock joined a fast-growing list of injured players for the team when he was knocked out of the lineup Sunday with a right shoulder injury in the Broncos’ 26-21 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Heinz Field. Denver fell to 0-2.

And guard Dalton Risner might have spoken for all of his teammates, most of the team’s faithful and just about anyone who saw what transpired Sunday, when he offered: “We’ve got guys going out, dropping like flies.”

Lock left Heinz Field with a sling on his right shoulder as sources told ESPN that Lock had suffered a sprained AC joint and could miss between two and six weeks, depending on what additional tests reveal. Lock is scheduled to

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