Another injury seems to be lingering for Trevor Siemian.
The former Northwestern quarterback and current Denver Bronco is suffering from a foot sprain and was wearing a protective boot at practice on Wednesday, according to reports and was listed as day-to-day according to head coach Gary Kubiak.
Siemian suffered the injury in overtime last Sunday when Denver fell to Kansas City on a field goal attempt. When asked about the severity of the injury, Siemian didn’t seem to think it was anything too serious.
Here’s what the quarterback said according to NFL.com
Siemian told reporters that his foot was “a little sore … nothing too crazy,” but wouldn’t say whether he thought he would play this week.
“Really not looking too far away,” he said. “Want to take it one day at a time.”
Siemian has thrown for 2,396 yards this season and has 15 TD passes and seven INTs. He sustained a shoulder injury earlier this season that has hindered his production at time this year.
The Broncos are 7-4.
While at Northwestern, Siemian threw for more than 1,000 yards in each season between 2012 and 2014, throwing for more than 2,000 yards in 2013 and 2014. He finished his college career with 5,931 yards through the air and 27 passing TDs.
The Broncos are scheduled to play Jacksonville on Sunday