Pete Carroll Says Drew Lock ’Needed’ Reps In Preseason Game

Drew Lock was set to start for the Seahawks’ preseason game against the Bears, reps that coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday he “did need.” But now, another bout with COVID-19 has sidelined the quarterback. 

The 25-year-old reportedly looked off during Tuesday’s practice, so much so that the coaching staff asked him what was wrong, according to ESPN’s Brady Henderson. That’s when Lock reported he felt sick and was sent to the trainers. Carroll said Wednesday the quarterback “barely made it off the practice field” on Tuesday.

“He was dragging,” Carroll said. “We were going to do post-practice work but [decided] no, let’s get him out of here. It hit him. He’s had it before already. He’s done all of the work to get prepped for it. It just so happens that it got him again.”

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