Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian suffered an AC joint sprain in his left, non-throwing shoulder in Sunday’s victory over the Buccaneers, leaving his status for Week Five against the Falcons in some doubt.
Coach Gary Kubiak said after the game that he thought Siemian could have returned if the team needed to replace Paxton Lynch and Monday brought more news from the coach that suggests a low level of worry about Siemian’s condition.
“Our plans moving forward are for Trevor to be there Sunday and be ready to go, but he’s day to day,” Kubiak said on Denver Sports 760, via the team’s website.
Kubiak said that the plan wouldn’t need to be altered if Siemian is limited in practices this week. Siemian played in a preseason game under similar circumstances after he hurt his right shoulder.
Kubiak said Lynch “handled himself well” in his first regular season appearance while going 14-of-24 for 170 yards and a touchdown to Emmanuel Sanders.