Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio did not utter words when talking about his quarterback, who was ineligible for the team’s game against the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Locke, Jeff Driscle, Brett Ripian and Blake Bortles were all found in violation of the NFL’s coronovirus safety protocol, forcing the team to move to wide receiver Kendall Hinton as a starter against the Saints. Needless to say that at such a short notice, the chemistry was not just for the team or the quarterback who had not thrown a pass since his college days.
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Fangio addressed the Broncos’ COVID defeat after the game.
“We were disappointed on many levels that our quarterback put us in that position, that our quarterback put the league in that position. We trust those who are the leaders of our team, the leaders of our crime, and those people have made a mistake, “Fangio said, Athletic.
“When he didn’t do a good job selling protocol on his own. He’s on me.”
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Hinton was 1-9 with 13 passing yards in a pinch.
The Broncos are being investigated by the NFL for violating the league’s safety protocols, ESPN Reported.
The Associated Press reported that four quarterbacks did not wear their masks the entire time on Wednesday, according to the league’s epidemiological protocol.
The league is falling short on violators. Several reports on Sunday said the NFL had fined the Saints $ 500,000 and gave them a seventh round draft pick of 2021 for breaking security protocols. The New England Patriots were also fined $ 350,000.
Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj and The Associated Press contributed to this report