Fangio not concerned with Lock's interceptions during OTAs

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Drew Lock may already be feeling the pressure of the Denver Broncos' quarterback battle.

The third-year pro threw two interceptions during 11-on-11 drills at Monday's OTA session, according to Mike Klis of 9News.

However, Broncos head coach Vic Fangio wasn't worried about the 24-year-old's performance.

"I think it's too early to come to any conclusions one way or the other, even a small conclusion," Fangio said when asked if Lock is second-guessing himself. "(Quarterbacks coach) Mike Shula and (offensive coordinator) Pat Shurmur are working with him on that stuff. I'm not worried about it at this point."

The coach also provided a possible reason for Lock's off-target throws.

"I think he had a little blister on one of his fingers," Fangio said. "That was part of the issue that you might be alluding to. I don't know how much it bothered him."

Lock completed 57% of his passes and threw 15 picks against 16 touchdowns in 13 games last season.

The Broncos brought in quarterback competition by trading for veteran Teddy Bridgewater prior to April's draft.

Fangio not concerned with Lock's interceptions during OTAs
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