In news that should give many Denver Broncos fans a little comfort, head coach Gary Kubiak noted that Trevor Siemian was out of the boot and walking around this weekend. He is hopeful that the quarterback will be ready to go for Sunday.
#Broncos coach Gary Kubiak says Trevor Siemian is out of the boot and hopeful to play on Sunday. He walked around this weekend.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 5, 2016
That is a slightly different take than Kubiak had immediately after the game on Sunday, which means he likely had time to go watch tape on Paxton Lynch’s footwork.
“There is progress,” Kubiak said of Siemian’s injury on Sunday. “He was out of the boot. He was walking around. I don’t know how much he did before the game today. I don’t think he did anything really, but he’s out of the boot and walking. He was involved all week so it’s a process and we’ll have to see when he gets back.”
This is one injury we will be monitoring closely all week.
In other injury news, both Brandon Marshall and Kapri Bibbs may not make the trip to Tennessee either.
It appears LB Brandon Marshall and Kapri Bibbs will have a tough time making it to TEN game. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 5, 2016
For a team with very little margin of error, those two injuries may hurt badly.