For the first time since he hurt his shoulder in the preseason, Paxton Lynch was practicing with the team today. This is interesting since the official reporting from the team as of yesterday was “Lynch is dealing with a shoulder injury and there is no timetable for his return.”
Paxton Lynch had a spring in his step jogging onto the practice field. #Broncos @1043TheFan pic.twitter.com/CCdhNE2jHr— Cecil Lammey (@CecilLammey) October 25, 2017
Another interesting note from practice today, also via Cecil Lammey, is that Shane Ray was practicing with the team - but he still has a cast-like thing on his wrist.
Shane Ray on the practice field. #Broncos @1043TheFan pic.twitter.com/sVqfh2eQp6— Cecil Lammey (@CecilLammey) October 25, 2017
I’m not trying to feed the flames of bonfire that some fans want built under Trevor Siemian, but when the backup QB who got hurt in August and has had “no timetable to return” starts practicing the week after you “lead” the team to zero points, maybe the coaches are trying to send a message to Trevor; or maybe Lynch is just practicing now because his shoulder his finally fully healed. What do you think?
What does this mean? It might mean that Paxton will be activated for this coming Monday night game against Kansas City. It could also mean nothing. I do know that I am going to be paying very close attention to whether or not Lynch is active on game-day on Monday.
Should the Broncos start Paxton Lynch once fully healthy?
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