Driskel was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, and the Broncos placed the rest of the quarterbacks on the list for Sunday's game after they were ruled to be high-risk contacts.
Reid also praised his quarterback group, saying they have been "flawless" when it comes to wearing masks and following COVID-19 protocols.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio hopes three of his quarterbacks will be cleared Tuesday to return to work and said Monday that additional discipline is still "on the table" for Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles.
Their return means practice squad receiver Kendall Hinton won't have to be the one taking the snaps at Kansas City (10-1) next weekend as he did in Denver's 31-3 loss to New Orleans on Sunday. He completed one of nine passes for 13 yards with two interceptions on Sunday.
The Broncos, who were fined $250,000 earlier in the season for not following mask protocols - Fangio was also fined $100,000 - face the prospect of a fine as well as a potential loss of an National Football League draft pick for the latest incident.
Fangio said the option of quarantining a quarterback would be discussed for future weeks, "but I think if we just follow the protocols, we'll be fine".
Meanwhile, Lock's mother, Laura Lock, took to Twitter on Monday to sharply respond to some of her son's critics, condemning those Broncos fans and others who were apparently unhappy with his and his fellow Denver quarterbacks' COVID-19 absences. "Even with that, we still wear our masks and do that type of stuff".
La scène, qui s'est déroulée dans une rue de Roubaix (Nord) au cours de l'été 2019, avait jusqu'ici échappé aux yeux de tous. Le service de "déontologie, discipline, applications et méthodes " de la DDSP a été saisie de cette enquête.
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