Denver Broncos starting quarterback, Trevor Siemian, has been cleared for full offseason participation after recovering from a Grade 5 AC joint sprain in his shoulder last season and subsequent surgery in February.
.@trevorsiemian cleared for full offseason participation.— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) April 10, 2017
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This puts to rest a report just six weeks ago putting Siemian’s recovery time at 5-6 months. Brandon Stokely is eating that breaking news report today. The Broncos head PR man, Patrick Smyth, put those rumors to rest rather quickly and for good reason as Siemian is a full-go for OTAs.
With reports noting he will have the ‘upper hand’ for the starting job to start OTAs, it is unlikely Paxton Lynch will get the reps he would need to overtake Siemian this year. And let’s face, most Bronco fans prefer Siemian anyway.
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