The Denver Broncos have reportedly made their decision about a starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders.

After Teddy Bridgewater suffered a head injury and was evaluated at a local hospital on Sunday, the Broncos will turn to former Missouri QB Drew Lock, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported, who relieved Bridgewater in the loss against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Bridgewater has told teammates, coaches and friends that he’s “ok” after he spent Sunday night in hospital with a concussion. He is in concussion protocol.

In Sunday’s game, Lock completed his first pass, and scored a touchdown on the drive that he took over after Bridgewater was injured. Lock finished 6-for-12 passing for 88 yards and the touchdown. It was the third game Lock has played in this season, and he’s 22-for-40 overall for 227 passing yards and one TD.