By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Denver Broncos season has been a disaster. They have used three quarterbacks this season.
Now, 9News’s Mike Klis is reporting Trevor Siemian will be out for the rest of the season. He suffered a dislocated shoulder in the Broncos win over the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football.
Despite the report from Klis, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph — who may be fired at the end of the season — termed it as a strain. Yet, he did not mention Siemian’s shoulder, which was surgically-repaired in January.
Siemian went 5 of 9 for 67 yards and an interception. He was replaced in the game by Brock Osweiler, who then went 12 of 17 for 194 yards and two touchdowns.
Once the team gets back to Colorado on Friday, Siemian will undergo tests. Yet, The Denver Post said that X-rays were negative after they were taken at the stadium.
Despite the diagnosis, Siemian appeared to be in a lot of pain during a first-quarter sack. He was favoring his left arm, before being taken to the locker room.
With the lack of production by Siemian and 2016 first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch, Joseph may just ride Osweiler for the rest of the season. That’s only two more games before the Broncos will undoubtedly be in search of a quarterback in the draft or the free agent market, as it appears neither one of these is the franchise quarterback that the team desperately needs.
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