Denver Scott Taetsch/Getty ImagesBackup is on the method for quarterback Drew Lock and the Denver Broncos. More specifically, Jeff Driskel is on the method. The former Cincinnati Bengals and Detroit Lions backup is set to sign up with the Broncos, according to Mike Klis of 9News in Denver. Driskel, who turns 27 in April, most recently ended up a season in Detroit, where he began three video games, acquiring 685 backyards, 4 goals and 4 interceptions with a 75.3 quarterback rating.Terms of the offer have not yet been revealed. Between college and the pros, this is now Driskel’s 6th team considering that2014 After starting his NCAA profession with the Florida Gators, he transferred to Louisiana Tech for his last year of eligibility before the San Francisco 49 ers chose him in the 6th round of the 2016 NFL draft. Coincidentally, the Niners traded tight end Vernon Davis to Denver for the right to pick the quarterback 207 th overall.Driskel lasted one summertime in San Francisco. After he signed a four-year, $2.45 million deal, the group cut him in September. The Cincinnati Bengals picked him up on waivers a day later on. The Florida native didn’t make his regular-season launching till2018 He started the last 5 video games of the season for the Bengals, passing for 1,003 backyards, 6 touchdowns and two interceptions while hurrying for another two touchdowns. Regrettably, health has actually stayed an issue for the quarterback. Driskel has actually been put on hurt reserve 3 times in his four NFL seasons. However the Broncos felt he was still worth the risk.And there certainly is a risk.Lock started last season on injured reserve due to a thumb injury suffered in the preseason. While Joe Flacco is still on the roster, the expectation, per Klis, is that the Broncos will trade or release the veteran by the end of the week.According to Klis, Denver at first attempted to land Driskel in a potential trade involving Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. and Detroit cornerback Darius Kill.