Drew Lock Wife
Meet Natalie Lock, formerly known as Natalie Newman; this Instagram model is the drop dead gorgeous wife of NFL player Drew Lock, the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks who, according to SportsGossip, previously dated Gracie Hunt, daughter of Chiefs owner Clack Hunt.
Drew Lock previously played for the Denver Broncos and college football for the Missouri Tigers at the University of Missouri before being selected with the 42nd overall selection in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.
Lock, a Columbia, Missouri native, is the son of Laura and former Mizzou football player Andy Lock; he made his NFL debut against the Los Angeles Chargers in November 2019.
Drew Lock College
Drew Lock began his collegiate football journey at the University of Missouri in 2015. He made a promising debut, throwing for 138 yards and a touchdown, and quickly established himself as the team’s starting quarterback. As the first true freshman to start at the position since 1995, Lock showed potential with 1,332 passing yards, four touchdowns, and a rushing touchdown by the end of the season.
In 2016, Lock continued to impress, setting a career-high record with 450 passing yards and tying a school record with five touchdowns in a single game. Despite the team’s loss to Georgia, Lock’s performance stood out, and he ended the season second in the SEC for passing yards with 3,399.
Lock’s 2017 season was remarkable. He set both SEC and Missouri records for passing touchdowns (44), leading the NCAA (FBS) in this category. His impressive performance helped the Tigers reach a bowl game after a challenging start to the season. He ended the year with 3,964 passing yards, 44 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions, earning him a place on the First-team All-SEC.
In his final season in 2018, Lock continued to excel, leading the Tigers to a 3-0 start with 11 touchdowns and only one interception. He ended the season with 3,498 passing yards, 28 touchdowns, and eight interceptions, leading the SEC in pass attempts and completions. Over his college career, Lock scored a total of 108 touchdowns, cementing his legacy at the University of Missouri.
Drew Lock Denver Broncos
Drew Lock, a quarterback selected by the Denver Broncos as the 42nd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, dealt with several injuries early in his career. His rookie season was marked by a thumb injury that put him on injured reserve until November. After returning to the field, he led the Broncos to a victory against the Los Angeles Chargers in his first game as a starter. He finished the 2019 season strong, tying a franchise record for most wins by a rookie QB and ending with 1,020 passing yards, seven touchdowns, and three interceptions.
In the following season, Lock experienced a shoulder injury in Week 2 but returned in Week 6 to help lead the Broncos to an 18-12 win over the New England Patriots. Despite a few highs and lows during the season, including a career-low performance against the Las Vegas Raiders, Lock ended the 2020 season with 16 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
In 2021, Lock found himself competing with Teddy Bridgewater for the starting quarterback position. Although Bridgewater was named the starter for Week 1, Lock saw some action due to Bridgewater’s recurring injuries. He took over as the starter for the rest of the season after Bridgewater was placed on injured reserve. Despite the team’s losses, Lock showed promise, becoming the first Broncos quarterback since Tim Tebow in 2011 to rush for two touchdowns in a game.
Drew Lock Seattle Seahawks
Drew Lock, a quarterback formerly with the Denver Broncos, was traded to the Seattle Seahawks on March 16, 2022. The trade included two first-round picks, two second-round picks, a fifth-round pick, defensive lineman Shelby Harris, and tight end Noah Fant. The Seahawks sent their star quarterback Russell Wilson to the Broncos in return. Upon joining the Seahawks, Lock switched his jersey number from #3 to #2, a move that he explained reflected respect for Wilson and his intent to carve out his own unique path.
Despite a competitive preseason where he vied for the starting spot with Geno Smith, Lock ended up as the backup quarterback for the regular season. He did not see any game action during his first season with the Seahawks, as Smith played every snap. However, demonstrating the team’s faith in his abilities, Lock was re-signed by the Seahawks on March 20, 2023.
Drew Lock Wife
Pretty Natalie Nicole Newman, from Los Angeles, California, was born on January 1, 1997; she is the daughter of Maritza Newman (nee. Romero).
She studied at the Benjamin School and subsequently graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising and Strategic Communications from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Moreover, Natalie interned at the Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County; she works as a legal assistant at Watkins Law Firm.
Drew asked Natalie to marry him on February 20, 2022.
They got married on April 2, 2023.
Natalie and Drew Lock are expecting their first son.
You can find Natalie on Instagram here.