ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian did not practice Thursday for the second consecutive day because of a sprained left foot.
Coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday that Siemian suffered the injury in overtime of Sunday’s 30-27 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Siemian was in a walking boot and was considered day to day.
Siemian, who threw for 368 yards and three touchdowns in the loss to the Chiefs, said Wednesday the foot was a little sore.
“Nothing too crazy,” he said.
“It’s something that he came out of the game and very, very sore on Monday morning,” Kubiak said. “[Swelled] up on him and [head athletic trainer Steve Antonopulos] thought it was best to put him in a boot for a few days.
“He went in a boot [Tuesday] and we left him in here (Wednesday). We’ll see. It’s a day-to-day process. We’ll see how much ground he can make up.”
Kubiak said Siemian could play in Sunday’s game in Jacksonville without practicing.
“If I can play, I don’t think there’s going to be any limitations on what I can do,” Siemian said.
Siemian injured his left shoulder during a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 2. He sat out the next game against the Atlanta Falcons but returned Oct. 13 in a loss at San Diego.
Paxton Lynch took the bulk of the snaps in practice Wednesday and was on the field Thursday. He completed 37 of 59 passes for 393 yards with two touchdowns and one interception while filling in for Siemian.