Giants agree to terms with QB Drew Lock

According to reports, the New York Giants have agreed to terms with quarterback Drew Lock, pending a physical.

A second-round pick (No. 42 overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft by Denver, Lock has started 23 of 28 games played for the Broncos (2019-2021) and Seahawks (2022-2023). Lock has completed 59.7 of his passes with 28 touchdowns to 23 interceptions in his career. He also has five rushing touchdowns.

Lock was part of the trade package that sent Russell Wilson to Denver in the 2022 offseason, but he did not play in his first season with the Seahawks. Lock started two games for them in 2023, including a Week 15 victory over the Eagles. Lock threw a 29-yard touchdown to Jaxon Smith-Njigba with 28 seconds remaining to win the game.

Lock, who became the first NFL rookie in the Super Bowl era to pass for 300 yards and three touchdowns in his first career road start, entered the NFL after a storied career at Missouri. His 12,193 career passing yards were second in SEC history while his 99 touchdown passes were the third-most.

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