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Lock signs new contract with Denver Broncos Former Texas Longhorn P.J.
Lock’s next step in his NFL career was revealed Saturday in a report from NFL Insider Ian Rapoport.
According to reports, the Broncos and Lock have agreed to a two-year deal with $7 million guaranteed and the chance to earn up to $9.
Lock has been with the Broncos since 2019 after signing as an undrafted free agent after a brief stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
After he was traded to the Broncos as a rookie, Lock stayed there and was very productive in Denver.
He was initially released and signed to Denver’s practice squad, but was contacted before the Week 1 game of 2019.
Unfortunately, he was quickly sent back to the practice squad, but was promoted to the active roster in 2020 and has been a mainstay ever since.
A big part of his success, and the reason he was able to stay there, was his impact on special teams.
He will have a chance to become the Broncos’ full-time starter in 2024, as two starting safeties, Justin Simmons and Kareem Jackson, have left the team.
Over his career so far, he has totaled 84 tackles, 3 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 6 pass deflections, and 1 interception, including one in a win over the Green Bay Packers last season.
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During his time at Texas, Lock always played like he was being shot out of a cannon and clearly found his place in the NFL.
2024 should be his best year yet.

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